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What Trump's refugee policies could mean for places like Bowling Green, Kentucky


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For the year that began in October, President Trump has capped the number of refugees who may enter the U.S. at 18,000 — the lowest level since 1980. The policy is having a significant effect in what may seem like an unlikely place: Bowling Green, Kentucky, where a disproportionate number of refugees has settled in recent years, forming a crucial component of the local economy. John Yang reports.

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