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CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 18, 2017
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(Studio: DeMarco Morgan) Report introduced.

(Washington: Paula Reid) President Trump's new executive order to limit immigration from certain nations examined; details given about the resulting lawsuits. [TRUMP - criticizes the court system.] [In Munich, Homeland Secretary Gen. John KELLY - promises a more streamlined order.]

(Studio: DeMarco Morgan) Report introduced.

(New York: Tony Dokoupil) New developments in the case of "dreamer" Daniel Ramirez Medina, who has been imprisoned for being a gang member, examined; details given about the DACA program. [Lawyer Mark ROSENBAUM - calls for his release.]

Morgan, DeMarco;
Reid, Paula;
Dokoupil, Tony

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