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Appeals court rules "Remain in Mexico" policy can proceed for now

CBS News Saturday, 13 April 2019
A federal judge in San Francisco ruled Monday to halt the unprecedented change​ to the U.S. asylum system while the groups' lawsuit moves forward
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​The administration argued the policy needed to stay in place due to what it termed a "humanitarian and security crisis" at the border.

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