This week, Reporter and Assistant Editor Michelle Rindels talks with UCLA History Professor Kelly Lytle Hernandez about an immigration law that a Nevada-based federal judge has declared unconstitutional, citing its racist origins. Then, Reporter Jazmin Orozco Rodriguez heads out to the Walker River Indian Reservation to talk with business owner Andrea Martinez about why she opened a vegetarian coffee shop in rural Nevada. At the end of the show, Host Joey Lovato sits down with D.C. Reporter Humberto Sanchez for the D.C. Debrief to talk about the infrastructure bill, the budget and more congressional developments through a Nevada lens.
1:10 - Immigration law struck down
7:20 - Native-owned coffee shop
14:00 - D.C. Debrief
27:30 - Outro / Credits