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U.S. Can Block Migrants Seeking Asylum, but Only in Some States, Appeals Court Rules

NYTimes.com Friday, 16 August 2019
The ruling is a partial victory for the Trump administration because it allows a stricter set of rules to go into effect, but only in New Mexico and Texas.
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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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