Fawn Johnson

National Journal

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Correspondent for National Journal, covering domestic policy issues

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The Univision moderators were able to extract a number of promises from the Democratic candidates last night in Miami.

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders Make Big Immigration Promises

The Univision moderators were able to extract a number of promises from the Democratic candidates last night in Miami.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

As Memorial Day kicks off another travel season, millions of Americans will find that transportation infrastructure is on the decline.

Highways and Railroads: Detours and Delays

As Memorial Day kicks off another travel season, millions of Americans will find that transportation infrastructure is on the decline.

from To the Point

More than a quarter million undocumented immigrants who came to the US as children won't be able to apply for deportation protection — at least for the moment.

Texas Judge Stops Obama's Immigration Order

More than a quarter million undocumented immigrants who came to the US as children won't be able to apply for deportation protection — at least for the moment.

from To the Point

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