Fox is Back in Washington

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Mexico's President, Vicente Fox, is in the US to extend condolences for the terrorist attacks. He arrived with faint hope of reviving the "open borders" initiative that made big news just before September 11. Now, the impetus is in the other direction-toward tighter borders, more restrictions and less immigration. Tonight, we'll hear different ideas from immigration experts about the consequences of taking a pause from that initiative.
  • Reporter's Notebook: Without Tourism, Anaheim is in Big Trouble - The terror attacks have wreaked havoc with the travel business, and that means tourist centers are especially hard hit. Honolulu, Orlando and Las Vegas are in big trouble-along with Anaheim, home of the happiest place on earth. Vik Jolly reports on Anaheim for The Orange County Register.

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Host:
Warren Olney

Producer:
Frances Anderton