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Trump administration extends detention of migrant families with children

CBS News Friday, 23 August 2019
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 settlement known as the Flores Agreement. CBS News legal analyst Kim Wehle joined CBSN to discuss.
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The Trump White House is set to propose a new rule to allow for longer detention of migrants entering the U.S. with children. Veuer’s Justin Kircher has the story.

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