A Bipartisan Burden: Democrats Voice Concerns Over Prematurely Lifting Title 42

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More Democrats have announced their opposition to the Biden administration’s plan to end the Title 42 border policy in nearly one month, each expressing concern that the U.S.-Mexico border may be overwhelmed by migrants without prior planning. Members of the President’s own party are voicing their disapproval about this move as U.S. border crossings hit a 22-year high. Congressman Henry Cuellar (D-TX) joins the show to explain why the President’s current plan for the border unsustainable, how rescinding Title 42 too soon could have serious implications for national security and why U.S. Customs and Border Protection is doomed to fail if not equipped with proper resources to handle an influx in migration.

Automation has long been painted as a major threat to the American labor force, and after the pandemic spurred a massive trend of U.S. workers quitting, many companies looked to technology to pick up the slack. Major industries from long-haul trucking to food service to hospitality are resorting to the use of robots to fill in as support for employees or in some cases replace them altogether. Marketing Director at Richtech Robotics, Miko Zhong joins the Rundown to break down how their company works with business owners to create robots that support their existing workflow, and she addresses concerns about how automation could negatively impact the job market.

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