Warren's new U.S. immigration policy would end border crossing as a crime
Thursday, 11 July 2019 () Democratic U.S. presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren on Thursday announced a broad immigration policy that would decriminalize undocumented border crossing and end the use of privately run detention centers if she is elected president.
Elizabeth Warren pivoted her presidential campaign on Thursday to the issue that made the Massachusetts senator a hero of the progressive left long before she was first elected in 2012: Reining in Wall..
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President Donald Trump presented a bill to his Cabinet aimed to boost border security. Additionally, the bill would overhaul the current immigration system to make it more merit-based. An official said..
Until Thursday, Ms. Warren had not offered a detailed immigration plan. She would decriminalize border crossings and resettle more refugees per year. NYTimes.com Also reported by •Reuters India •Seattle Times
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