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San Diego Judge Finds ‘Substantial Compliance’ in Reuniting Immigrant Families

Separated immigrant children sleeping on the floor of a Border Patrol facility. Courtesy Sen. Kamala Harris A federal judge in San Diego Friday ordered the Trump administration to continue without del... read more

San Diego judge urges officials to meet family reunification deadlines

SAN DIEGO ... of reuniting young immigrant children who were taken away from their families at the U.S.-Mexico border, but said the government was in "substantial compliance" with the deadline he set ... read more

Judge: Government To Continue Reunifying Separated Families

SAN DIEGO ... of reuniting young immigrant children who were taken away from their families at the U.S.-Mexico border, but said the government was in "substantial compliance" with the deadline he set ... read more

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A federal judge ... of reuniting young immigrant children who were taken away from their families at the U.S.-Mexico border, but said the government was in "substantial compliance" with the deadline h... read more


U.S. judge says government must reunite immigrant families or face penalties

SAN DIEGO ... compliance. "Nobody likes to be held in contempt of court," said Stephen Yale-Loehr, who teaches immigration and asylum law at Cornell University. ACLU court filings have said the govern... read more

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A judge in the San Diego challenge to the Francine Busby/Brian Bilbray U.S. House Special Election in California's 50th Congressional District has found in favor of the defendants' motion to dismiss t... read more

Trump's executive order does not reunite families. Here's what it does change

It was not immediately clear whether the caveats would still result in a substantial ... detained families" -- presumably jumping them in line at immigration court and cutting down substantially the l... read more



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