Segment 2 - A discussion on a ban on "sanctuary cities" recently approved by the Texas State Senate. Senate Bill 4 would deny state grant money to cities, counties and college campuses that refuse federal requests to hand over immigrants already in custody for possible deportation. Adonias Arevalo with "United We Dream" and the statewide organizer of the "UndocuTexas" campaign, discusses his reservations about the measure that now faces a vote in the Texas House of Representatives. Arevalo sees it as racial profiling.
Segment 3 - February is "Heart Month." Dr. Marco Campos, a cardiologist affiliated with Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center, talks about why Hispanics face a higher risk for cardiovascular disease. Dr. Campos says Hispanic women are especially at risk. He also shares tips on how to prevent heart disease.
Segment 4 - The number of Hispanic students enrolling in college is on the rise. But many families still believe the cost of a college education is out of reach. Meantime, millions of dollars of grant and financial aid money goes unused. Joshua Menefee, Financial Aid Manager at San Jacinto College discusses how easy it is to apply for aid and discusses some of the reasons Hispanics are hesitant to sign up.