Immigration Agents Test Arrest Rules at ‘Sensitive Locations’

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Immigration arrests are up by more than 40 percent since President Trump took office, and agencies like U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) have been making arrests that test the boundaries of policies on sensitive locations, the Christian Science Monitor reports. For Border Patrol agents standing outside her hospital door, moving a young undocumented immigrant with cerebral palsy . . .

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