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“Lawyers: Immigrant Kids’ Detention Is Prolonged, Unexplained”

  “Immigrant advocates said Tuesday they are suing the U.S. government, claiming it is detaining immigrant children too long and improperly refusing to release them to relatives.” January 22, 2019.  Read at:  https://www.usnews.com/news/politics/articles/2019-01-22/lawyers-immigrant-kids-detention-is-prolonged-unexplained

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“Supreme Court’s inaction leaves DACA program for young migrants intact for now”

 “The Justice Department had asked the Supreme Court to intervene even before the most recent ruling. But with its inaction, the court likely let slip any chance the case can be heard during the current term, which ends in June. That pushes oral argument to October at the earliest and a decision into 2020, if Read More

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“As One ‘Tent City’ for Immigrant Children Closes in Texas, Another Opens in Florida”

“Earlier this month, the Trump administration officially closed the doors of a ‘tent city’ holding over 2,800 immigrant children in Tornillo, Texas. The closure comes after months of public pressure and local organizing. However, any celebration is short-lived. Just days after Tornillo’s closure, the administration announced its plan to increase bed space in another juvenile tent city Read More

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“Undocumented Immigrant Saved Houston Cop’s Life Before He Was Killed”

   “It was before dawn on Christmas Eve when a drunk driver struck the police cruiser on Houston’s far southeast side, flipping the SUV and trapping two officers inside. Leaking gas, it caught fire, the officers desperately trying—and failing—to escape. Then came Juan Carlos Salgado Villalobos. Hearing the crash from his nearby apartment, he and Read More

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“$11 Toothpaste: Immigrants Pay Big for Basics at Private ICE Lock-Ups”

“… immigration attorneys say the pricey commissary goods are part of a broader strategy by private prisons to harness cheap inmate labor to lower operating costs and boost profits.    Immigrants and activists say facilities such as Adelanto, owned by Boca Raton, Fla.-based Geo Group Inc , the nation’s largest for-profit corrections company, deliberately skimp on Read More

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“The Price of Trump’s Migrant Deterrence Strategy: New Chaos on the Border”

“A crisis is emerging at migrant shelters as the Trump administration focuses, as one official put it, on ‘how can we deter, rather than how can we handle.’” January 22, 2019.  Read at:  https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/04/us/mexico-wall-policy-trump.html?emc=edit_na_20190104&nl=breaking-news&nlid=40925396ing-news&ref=cta

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“Trump administration separated thousands more migrants than previously known, federal watchdog says”

   “The Trump administration separated thousands more migrant kids at the border than it previously acknowledged, and the separations began months before the policy was announced, according to a federal audit … “ January 22, 2019.  Read at:  https://www.politico.com/story/2019/01/17/report-trump-administration-migrants-1093242

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“Videos showing shelter staffers pushing, shoving migrant children under review for possible criminal charges”

“The news comes after the Arizona Republic obtained surveillance videos through an open records request that show staffers pushing and dragging migrant children in a shelter operated by Southwest Key, the nation’s largest provider of migrant children shelters.” January 14, 2019.  Read at: https://www.cnn.com/2018/12/30/us/arizona-migrant-child-abuse-allegations/index.html

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“”Thousands of migrants in legal limbo as shutdown forces multi-year court delays”

“Thousands of immigration hearings have been canceled due to the partial government shutdown, according to a survey, leaving immigrants in legal limbo as they await rescheduled dates that could be as late as 2022. Their cases will be added to a record-high backlog of over 800,000 immigration cases that existed before the shutdown started.” January 14, 2019.  Read More

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“Fact Check: Did the U.S. catch 4,000 terrorists at the southern border in 2018?”

“According to Justice Department public records and two former counterterrorism officials, no immigrant has been arrested at the southwest border on terrorism charges in recent years.” January 14, 2019.  Read at:   https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/immigration/fact-check-did-u-s-catch-4-000-terrorists-southern-n954796

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