Three stories — easy to overlook from 30,000 feet, impossible to ignore and individually important up close and personal. The Michigan adoption case pitting religious adoption agencies and LGBT couples longing for children. Criminal justice reform focused on how the setting of bail disproportionately hurts the poor. The number of refugees settled in the U.S. each year has gone down — is America still a beacon of hope to the tired, poor, huddled masses yearning to be free? Guest: Gillian Friedman, investigative and in-depth reporter for the Deseret News.