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May 31, 2018: Hour 1

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We check in with economist Diane Swonk about the White House announcing Thursday that it will impose steel and aluminum tariffs against the European Union, Canada and Mexico. Also, for the first time, federal reimbursement will be available to states that provide foster care services, after President Trump signed into law the Family First Prevention Services Act, aimed at keeping children with their families and not in foster care. And people aren't usually overjoyed to see a spider crawling around inside their home. But researcher Matt Bertone says spiders are an important part of our indoor ecosystem and rarely a danger to humans, so it's best to just leave them alone. That and more, in hour one of Here & Now's May 31, 2018 full broadcast.

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