March 8, 2022
By Mary Anne Pazanowski
More asylum seekers, immigrant families, and unaccompanied minors likely will be stopped at the U.S. border following a decision blocking Biden administration rules that except children from a denial-of-entry and rapid removal process.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention didn’t engage in “reasoned decisionmaking” when it adopted rules in July and August 2021 that lifted the “Title 42 process” for unaccompanied alien children at the Mexican and Canadian borders, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas said.
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