Can structural reforms in Central America stem migration to the U.S.?

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Vice President Kamala Harris wrapped up her first international trip in Mexico on Tuesday, a day after stopping in Guatemala, in a bid to stem migration to the U.S. from Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador. Nick Schifrin looks at Harris’s trip and the thorny issues she and the Biden administration are trying to manage.

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