June 28, 2021
By Paul Bedard
Texas and an America First group associated with immigration hawk Stephen Miller this week sued to stop the Biden administration’s catch-and-release border policy, claiming it was releasing coronavirus-infected illegal immigrants into the United States and spreading the virus.
In documents filed in federal court, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, the Immigration Reform Law Institute, and Miller’s America First Legal said the policy was dangerous to the health of Texas and the U.S. and would cost taxpayers millions of dollars to clean up.
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