On today's program, we talk with a local immigration attorney about new guidelines for enforcing President Trump's executive orders on immigration enforcement. Also, Third Coast Percussion begins a two-day run tomorrow at Walton Arts Center. We speak with one of the group's members about their upcoming performances in Fayetteville and about their recently won Grammy Award.

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John Kelly, Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, on Tuesday released two detailed enforcement implementation memos to fulfill President Trump’s executive order on immigration and border security. We talk with a local immigration attorney about the new guidelines.

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Roby Brock, with Talk Business and Politics, asks Senator Tom Cotton about tonight's town hall in Springdale and also about policy issues.

Drug-Testing Bill Advances

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A Wednesday roundup includes: a drug-testing bill for some in Arkansas moves forward, executions may be closer to resuming in Arkansas and debate continues over a proposed monument.

This weekend's slate of music performances ranges from rock and roll at Black Apple Crossing in Springdale and Warren's Rec Room in Alma, to symphonic works in Farmington.

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The Grammy-winning Third Coast Percussion Ensemble will be at Walton Arts Center this week, ready to expand how we think of percussion.

Community Spotlight - Students for Refugees

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Students for Refugees, a registered student organization at the University of Arkansas, is working together with Canopy NWA to create a safe place of settlement for refugees.  In this segment, Jamie Nix and Jessica Garross speak about the creation of the organization and the work they do within the community. 

Canopy NWA will host a meet and greet Thursday from 7-9 at the  Bentonville Church of the Nazarene.

On today's program, we have highlights from Congressman Steve Womack's meeting this morning with constituents in West Fork., and we hear how voters aim to have a shout-free meeting with Senator Tom Cotton tomorrow in Springdale. Also, we hear how the city of Fayetteville is taking the first step toward developing a certification standard for life-long housing.

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Third District Congressman Steve Womack met with constituents this morning in West Fork.

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Ozark Indivisible, an organization that grew from the recent presidential election, is urging its members and others to be civil at Sen. Tom Cotton's, R-Arkansas, first town hall meeting since President Donald Trump's inauguration. They are also hoping to get their message across to the senator before he heads back to Washington, D.C. The town hall is scheduled for Wednesday at 5 p.m. at the Pat Walker Performing Arts Center in Springdale. Doors will open at 4:45 p.m.

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