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Warren's new U.S. immigration policy would end border crossing as a crime

Reuters 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.
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