CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION: Lorraine Rivera has a one-on-one interview with Customs and Border Protection’s Acting Commissioner Mark Morgan to discuss Title 42, a protocol enacted during the pandemic that lets the agency quickly expel migrants back to Mexico. They also discuss ongoing wall construction and criticisms about its environmental impacts. AIDING ASYLUM SEEKERS: The Kino Border Initiative provides humanitarian aid to deportees and migrants in Nogales, Sonora. The nonprofit’s Tracy Horan describes how it has adjusted its services during the pandemic and the added challenges it has created for asylum seekers. PROPOSITIONS EXPLAINED: Tony Paniagua looks into Propositions 207 and 208 which respectively would legalize recreational marijuana for adults 21 and up and boost education funding with a wealth tax. He hears from supporters and opponents of each measure. COVID TRENDS AND SCHOOLS: As more schools welcome students back into the classroom, Arizona 360 gets an update from Pima County Health Department head Dr. Theresa Cullen about current COVID-19 trends in the county and emerging patterns related to the spread of the virus in schools. Dr. Chan Lowe, division chief of pediatrics at Banner – University Medicine, explains how the disease affects children and common symptoms.