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"AP digital news network. Another big change to immigration rules is being considered by the Trump administration. AP's at small reports. It looks to tighten restrictions for short term stays. Trump administration officials are considering several ideas for dealing with the immigration issue. As the president seeks to both make good on his two thousand sixteen campaign promises and energizes base among them. New travel restrictions on people from countries with high numbers of citizens who overstay short-term visas targeting the remittance payments sent home by people living here illegally and punishing immigrants here legally for using public benefits like food stamps. Meanwhile, President Trump continues to suggest that hilson migrants to so called sanctuary cities in an apparent effort to exact revenge on democratic foes, Matt small Washington, the nationwide strike of Poland's teaches entered its second week with the government saying it has no more funds to meet that paid a month of two offering generous benefits to various other groups the teaches onto Montana thirty percent, raise this you say the unless the supermarket cashier. But the right wing government says it has only enough money for half that amount. And refuses to discuss anything more. It has been paying generous benefits to its traditional groups of backers lodge families and pensioners. However, the majority of Poland's hundreds of thousands of teachers continue to strike eyeballing schools and kindergartens and making parents of small children bring them along to work or leave with grandparents the strike did not prevent primary school graduation exams from being held Monday in almost thirteen thousand schools. The upper Mississippi River is among the most endangered rivers in the US. According to an environmental organization in annual report American rivers as the Hilo river in New Mexico's the most endangered followed by the Hudson river in New York and the upper Mississippi the report cites threats to public safety and river health posed by climate change and legal Levy raises on the Mississippi River in Iowa, Illinois, and Missouri, the organization urges, federal and state agent. To resolve Levy violations, blaming a legally raised levies for destroying fish and wildlife habitat and making flooding worse downstream American rivers says climate change is causing more frequent and severe flooding. Awaiting the Muller report. I'm Jacky Quin with an AP news minute. Democrats are already calling for an unredacted version of the Russia report to Thursday, but White House counselor Kellyanne Conway is predicting they'll be disappointed the president will be."