'Dreamers' In Med School Worry About Future If Trump Wins

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When President Barack Obama announced the Deferred Action for Early Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, many undocumented students gained legal status in the U.S., and were able to continue their education beyond high school.

Reporter Alexandra Starr visits some of those students who have entered medical school. They’re worried that their careers may be cut short if Donald Trump wins tomorrow’s election goes on to end DACA.


Alexandra Starr, writer and radio reporter. She tweets @AlexandraStarr.

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