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Supreme Court to review border wall funding, asylum policies

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The Supreme Court today said that it would review a pair of legal disputes over some Trump Administration immigration directives, including the use of military funds to build a border barrier along the US-Mexico border and a policy requiring asylum-seekers to remain in Mexico while their cases went through immigration courts.

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Federal Judge orders ICE to reduce migrants at Adelanto detention center in fear of COVID-19

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A federal judge has ordered government officials to immediately shrink the detainee population at the Adelanto ICE Processing Center in San Bernardino County so detainees would be able to practice social distancing amid the Coronavirus pandemic.

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Encouraging Agency Action to Protect American Workers

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  by  Jared Culver

While unemployment in the United States remains high, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Department of Labor (DOL) have taken the novel step of actually moving to protect American jobs for American workers. It is novel because a review of past agency actions in prior Administrations will offer scant evidence that American workers and their interests were ever a consideration in policy making.

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Ron DeSantis: E-Verify Critical to Ensure Cheap Foreign Labor does not Fill American Jobs during Pandemic

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis stated that mandatory E-Verify, which helps employers root out illegal aliens and false documents during the hiring process, is critical during the coronavirus crisis that has spurred mass unemployment, not only in the state of Florida but around the country.

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A Debate Worth Having

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  by  Jeremy Beck
Short of industry titans suddenly deciding to put the interests of wage-earning Americans above the investment class, American workers have the right to appeal their government for an immigration policy that better serves their interests. But might there be something in there for industry as well? Micah Meadowcroft thinks so. A well-paid America, he argues, will be a more innovative America.

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