U.S. President Donald Trump signed an executive order Wednesday halting the at-the-border separation of immigrant children and families. Coming up, we wade through the details of the decision and consider its significance moving forward.
Later, we talk about chronic pain and its impact on young children. We hear from a Connecticut mother whose son was diagnosed with amplified musculoskeletal pain syndrome (AMPS) and learn about the out-of-state program that treated him.
- Liz Willis - Attorney and Co-founder of the Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project, or ASAP (@LizMariah13)
- Stefanie Dennis - Connecticut resident and mother
- Dr. Katherine Bentley - Physiatrist and Director of the Chronic Pain Program at Children's Specialized Hospital
ABC: Trump Signs Executive Order He Says Will Keep Immigrant Families Together - "The president's move comes amid growing outrage over the practice of separating families and on the eve of House votes Thursday to address immigration."
Chicago Tribune: The Pain Disorder That Can Overcome Kids, Especially High-Achieving Teenage Girls - "The brain learns from behavior. To make pain less dangerous, a patient needs to go back to activities and reduce its significance. That means going back to school and sports and time with friends and not making decisions based on pain. For parents, this often goes against every instinct to protect their children."
Chion Wolf contributed to this show.