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NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Mark Hetfield, president of HIAS, a nonprofit that resettles refugees, about the new cap on U.S. refugees, proposed by the Trump administration.

New Limit On Refugees Allowed Into The U.S. Is The Lowest Since 1980

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