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Immigrant Detention

The Texas Court of Appeals dismissed a challenge to a state rule for regulating immigrant detention centers for women and children, finding that an advocacy group and former detainees lack standing to challenge the rule because they did not allege a specific harm to them.

AUSTIN, Texas – The Texas Court of Appeals dismissed a challenge to a state rule for regulating immigrant detention centers for women and children, finding that an advocacy group and former detainees lack standing to challenge the rule because they did not allege a specific harm to them.

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