The Washington Times: ACLU argues migrant families must be reunited despite criminal records

IRLI In The News

October 27, 2019

By Stephen Dinan

The American Civil Liberties Union asked a federal court last week to order the government to allow migrant children to be released directly parents with felony or violent misdemeanor records, saying it’s more important families are quickly put back together.

Filed with a judge in San Diego, the request is the latest round in the battle over the administration’s now-defunct zero-tolerance policy that led to family separations last year. Read the full story at The Washington Times.

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