Mothers Want Calif. Court To Bar Border Separations
Law360 (June 26, 2018, 8:20 PM EDT) -- Three asylum seekers separated from their children in the wake of the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance policy” toward those suspected of crossing the border without authorization sought to intervene Monday in a long-standing California federal court class action that restricts the ability of the federal government to detain foreign-born minors.
The three mothers urged the Central District of California to order that parents and children be reunified, that the federal government be permanently barred from engaging in separations, that it declare the “zero tolerance policy” to be unlawful and that it order on-site investigations by mental health professionals of the policy’s...
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