Trump administration outlines plan to reunify remaining 2,500 separated children
One year ago - By NY Daily News
SAN DIEGO - The Trump administration, under order to quickly reunify families that have been separated at the border, is moving ahead - somewhat reluctantly - with a new, streamlined plan to bring together the roughly 2,500 remaining children and their parents in order to meet the court-imposed...
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