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Court: Government Can End Protections For Some 300,000 Immigrants

NPR Tuesday, 15 September 2020
A federal appeals court dealt a setback to some immigrants living in the U.S. under protected status, ruling the administration can proceed with plans to send them back to their countries.
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News video: Guatemalan Maya Center reacts to ruling that can end humanitarian protections to some immigrants

Guatemalan Maya Center reacts to ruling that can end humanitarian protections to some immigrants 01:02

A significant ruling involving immigration from four nations. A federal appeals court panel ruled on Monday that the Trump administration can end humanitarian protections for some 300,000 immigrants living in the United States,

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