States, Cities Split On “Tough Policy Problem” Of Federal Deportation Raids

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Some 121 people, mostly women and children from Guatemala, Honduras and Mexico, were rounded up this month in federal raids primarily in Georgia, North Carolina and Texas amid growing fears that the U.S. faces a surge of illegal unaccompanied minors fleeing violence in Central America comparable to 2014. So far 77 have been deported. Stateline
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