Report details DACA's end in Iowa

A new report details what the cost of losing people protected under an Obama-era immigration program would be in Iowa. The Center for American Progress and USC Dornsife Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration say Iowa would lose $195 million of economic effect if "dreamers" aren't protected under DACA. President Trump announced last month that he'll end the program if Congress doesn't act by next spring and that could affect 2,800 people in Iowa. The state's 3rd Congressional District, which includes Des Moines and Council Bluffs, would suffer the worst economic affect if DACA ends, according to the report.