Welcome to "Swap Talk." It's our new series where we partner with other NPR stations throughout the country to bring you voices from across the political divide and hear how the Trump administration is affecting lives outside of the Bay Area. Our first stop: KNPR in Las Vegas, Nevada. The state has a Republican governor and many conservative rural areas, but narrowly voted for Hillary Clinton in the recent election. Issues that have come to the fore in Nevada since President Trump took office include Medicaid subsidies, the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste site and a large immigrant work force. KQED's Michael Krasny and KNPR's Joe Schoenmann co-host this special episode and invite listeners from both regions to join the conversation.