PBS NewsHour full episode April 2, 2019

Tuesday on the NewsHour, the Senate considers a change to how it approves nominees for federal courts and critical administration positions, but the idea is not without controversy. Plus: climate change drives Honduran farmers to migrate north, Puerto Rico struggles to recover from Hurricane Maria, an unusual children’s literacy program, baseball economics and college students facing hunger. WATCH TODAY’S SEGMENTS: News Wrap: Trump says no ACA replacement until after 2020 https:// How change to Senate confirmation rules could affect courts https:// Drying fields, dying livelihoods push Honduran farmers north https:// Why Puerto Rico’s hurricane recovery is a political battle http

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