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Obama Administration Defends Immigrant Detention Practices Before Supreme Court

Wall Street Journal Wednesday, 30 November 2016
The Obama administration went before the Supreme Court to again defend its immigration policy, this time seeking to overturn a lower-court decision that found detention practices for some immigrants were too harsh.
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As President elect Donald Trump prepares to take office in a little over a month, immigrants residing in America are on edge, figuring out what will happen to them and their family members. One of the issues of Trump's plan for massive deportation is detaining illegal immigrants. The Supreme Court is...

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