The U.S. Department of Homeland Security on Wednesday announced plans to withdraw from a court settlement limiting the government's ability to detain immigrant children beyond 20 days, saying it would..
The Trump administration rolled out a new plan this morning designed to discourage migrant families from coming to the United States. The new guidelines would effectively end the 1997 Flores Agreement..
Acting U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan on Wednesday said the goal of the new detention rules is to keep families together and to eliminate the incentive to exploit children as a way to..
PHOENIX (AP) — Attorneys have asked a judge to reject Trump administration plans to detain migrant families longer than they’re allowed now and to remove court oversight of how children are treated.. Seattle Times - Published
Re: “Ferguson: Treat migrant kids with a little humanity” [Aug. 27, A1]: Heartfelt kudos to our State Attorney General Bob Ferguson for his efforts to deter the Trump administration from its.. Seattle Times - Published
Watch VideoNineteen states and the District of Columbia are suing the Trump administration over a new rule that allows migrant families to be detained for longer periods of time.
The lawsuit, which.. Newsy - Published
Attorneys general for 19 states and the District of Columbia sued President Donald Trump's administration on Monday to block a sweeping new rule to indefinitely detain migrant families seeking to.. Newsmax - Published Also reported by •Reuters •Reuters India
A coalition of 19 states and the District of Columbia, led by California and Massachusetts, said on Monday they will sue the Trump administration to stop a sweeping new rule to indefinitely detain.. CBC.ca - Published Also reported by •Reuters India •Reuters
Continuing his assault on the Trump administration’s immigration policies, Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced Monday that he is joining 19 other state attorneys general to halt a.. Seattle Times - Published
There are some "false narratives" floating around about the Trump administration's rule on holding migrant families for longer than the 20 days allowed through the 1997 Flores agreement, particularly.. Newsmax - Published
The United States will not be giving flu vaccinations to migrant families it holds in cages, despite the fact that flu has contributed to the deaths of at least three children in U.S. custody since.. Seattle Times - Published
The Trump administration is trying to legalize indefinite detention of migrant families. But detention can be emotionally crushing for kids, leading to long-term mental health problems like PTSD. NPR - Published
A new regulation unveiled by the Trump administration would allow migrant families and their children to be detained longer. The sweeping proposal would replace rules set by a decades-old court.. CBS News - Published Also reported by •NPR
Not surprisingly, the far-left panel on Wednesday’s edition of Deadline: White House did not react favorably to the Trump administration’s proposal to detain migrant families seeking asylum for.. CNSNews.com - Published
Washington, Aug 22 (IANS) The Donald Trump administration on Wednesday announced a new rule enabling US immigration authorities to hold migrant families indefinitely, thus ending the Flores Settlement.. Sify - Published
The Trump administration on Wednesday unveiled a rule that allows officials to detain migrant families indefinitely while judges consider whether to grant them asylum in the United States, abolishing a.. Zee News - Published Also reported by •Telegraph.co.uk
Washington D.C., Aug 21, 2019 / 05:49 pm (CNA).- The White House announced on Wednesday that it would look to terminate court-approved limits on detention of migrant children and families, allowing for.. CNA - Published
Watch VideoOn Wednesday, the Trump administration announced plans to scrap a court agreement that limited the amount of time migrant children can be detained.
For some background: In 1985, a class.. Newsy - Published
The Trump administration put out a new rule that would allow migrant families to be held indefinitely while their requests for asylum are considered. That would end the current limit of 20 days before.. CBS News - Published