More Immigrant Families Being Reunited Under Court Order

The federal government is carefully reviewing nearly 33,000 cases of children who may have been separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border a full year before the administration announced its zero tolerance policy, according to a status conference call with a federal judge on Friday.

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Aid Worker on Trial for Feeding, Sheltering Migrants

A volunteer for a southern Arizona humanitarian aid group testified Wednesday in federal court that he wasn’t harboring two undocumented Central American men when he fed them and gave them water and place to sleep for two nights in January 2018 – he was just carrying on a tradition in the small town of Ajo, Arizona.

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Seventh Circuit Allows Indiana to Continue ICE Detainers

The Seventh Circuit on Thursday vacated a settlement between an Indiana sheriff’s office and the American Civil Liberties Union that prohibited cooperation with federal immigration authorities without a warrant, finding the state has standing to protect its interest in cooperating with immigration enforcement efforts.

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Workers Snared in Tennessee Raid Sue ICE Agents

Seven slaughterhouse workers who were caught up in a workplace immigration raid in Tennessee last year filed a class action Thursday against the federal agents who carried it out, claiming they were racially profiled and arrested using a warrant that only authorized a search for documents.

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