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Appeals Court Blocks Tough Asylum Rules — But Only In Calif., Arizona

Newsy Saturday, 17 August 2019
Appeals Court Blocks Tough Asylum Rules — But Only In Calif., ArizonaWatch VideoThe Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision Friday that lets the Trump administration's tough asylum restrictions apply in half of the states at the U.S.' southern border.

The restrictions require asylum-seekers to apply for protections in the first safe country they pass through before they can seek...
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The court issued a decision that allows tough asylum restrictions to apply — except in California and Arizona.

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