May 8, 2019
By Kartikay Mehrotra
The Trump administration persuaded a federal appeals court to let border officials continue to force Central American asylum seekers to wait in Mexico while their applications for entry to the U.S. are pending.
While Tuesday’s ruling by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals is temporary, a three-judge panel said the Department of Homeland Security will probably prevail in defending the policy that was announced in December and later challenged by the American Civil Liberties Union. Read the full article at Liberty Headlines.
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