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Budget Leaves Neither Side In Immigration Debate Satisfied

Law360 (February 14, 2019, 9:24 PM EST) -- Immigration attorneys expressed dismay at provisions of Congress’ spending plan for the rest of the year that would significantly expand the Trump administration’s resources to detain immigrants, while immigration restrictionists argued that lawmakers did not go far enough in establishing deterrents to unauthorized border crossings.

President Donald Trump said Thursday that he would sign the spending bill, which was released in full Wednesday night, assuming it passes in Congress. He plans to simultaneously announce a national emergency along the border in order to redirect funds to pay for the entirety of his border wall proposal, according to White House Press Secretary...

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