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  • The Buzz with Buzz: Who decides if Syrian refugees come to America?

    Every politician has an opinion about Syrian refugees - from governors declaring they will accept or reject refugees to presidential candidates suggesting religion tests, it's hard to know whose word is law on refugees in America. McClatchy political editor Steven "Buzz" Thomma explains which branch(es) of government have the power over the borders, and the historical precedence behind it.

The Buzz with Buzz: Who decides if Syrian refugees come to America?

Every politician has an opinion about Syrian refugees - from governors declaring they will accept or reject refugees to presidential candidates suggesting religion tests, it's hard to know whose word is law on refugees in America. McClatchy political editor Steven "Buzz" Thomma explains which branch(es) of government have the power over the borders, and the historical precedence behind it.
Natalie Fertig McClatchy