New Mexico Governor Vows to Stop Immigrant Licenses

March 15 (Bloomberg) -- New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez, a Republican, and Marcela Diaz, executive director of Somos Un Pueblo Unido, talk with Bloomberg's Amanda J. Crawford about Martinez’s efforts to repeal the state’s law that allows undocumented residents to get driver's licenses. The fight over licenses has been a dominant issue in New Mexico politics since Martinez ran in 2010. Meanwhile, Martinez, the nation’s first Latina governor, has emerged as a key voice for Republicans nationally calling for a more inclusive tone on immigration. (Source: Bloomberg)

Oanda's Innes Says Reasons to Like Dollar Aren't Evident
58:01 - Oanda Asia-Pacific Senior Currency Trader and Analyst Stephen Innes discusses President Trump's policies, the dollar and Treasuries. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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