After more than a year and a half, the federal government has finally reopened our northern and southern borders to "non-essential" travelers coming into the U.S. by car or on foot.
In a policy move that baffled Democrats and Republicans alike, and bankrupted many U.S. border businesses, illegal immigrants had been welcomed by the hundreds of thousands, while legal tourists were banned if they wanted to come across the land border by car or on foot.
Oddly enough, at the same time, it was still okay for travelers to fly in-- just not enter by foot or car.
Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-Texas) is among those who had questioned the policy.
Sunday on Full Measure, an encore edition of Full Measure where you'll see how devastating the policy has been to so many, to the tune of billions of dollars.
Lisa Fletcher examines the new trend whereby college athletes can be compensated for their likeness. That, as a result of a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision. It will forever change the way college sports are played.
And an emotional, new song by the superstar singer/songwriter/pianist known as Five for Fighting.
This one takes on the Biden administration's botched withdrawal from Afghanistan. It's called "Blood On My Hands."
John Ondrasik will tell why he decided to step forward and speak out through song.
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