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The U.S. government did not release 100 immigrant children detained with their parents despite this week's deadline set by a judge who had described family detention centers as “on fire” due to the threat of the coronavirus.
Washington joined a group of other states challenging proposed new rules by the Trump administration that state Attorney General Bob Ferguson described Monday as part of “scorched earth immigration policies.”
Three weeks ago, the group Latinos en Spokane received a request for help from a member. Her sister and niece had been released from a detention center in Texas, and they were due in court one day after they arrived in Spokane for a hearing that might result in an order for their deporation. The woman didn’t know what to do, but the group took action to help.
Congressional Democrats are shifting their focus to Trump administration treatment of detained migrants as Trump defends Border Patrol agents
Immigration and Customs Enforcement has been force-feeding six detainees who are on a hunger strike at a Texas detention facility.
Democratic lawmakers on Saturday said they aren’t convinced the Trump administration had any real plan to reunite immigrant families caught along the southwest border, while demonstrators gathered to protest the separation of parents from their children by U.S. border authorities.
After hearing numerous stories of immigrants being deprived of meals and relegated to harsh living conditions inside some detention centers across the country, Grammy-winning singer Miguel said he felt angered.