July 10, 2021
By Jennifer Doherty
A group of Texas sheriffs and a law enforcement nonprofit asked a federal judge for a sweeping block on current immigration policy, requesting a five-part injunction that would increase immigration detention and force authorities to arrest more migrants.
Sheriffs Brad Coe, Rand Henderson and J.W. Gutherie, their respective counties and the Federal Police Foundation’s ICE Officers Division filed the motion Thursday on the heels of their July 1 complaint, with support from the Immigration Reform Law Institute, a legal nonprofit that advocates for less immigration.
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