Ted Cruz Proposes Emergency Bill to Address Child Separation – Here’s What It Does

Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) offered Monday an emergency proposal meant to address and mitigate the crisis of family separations by immigration enforcement officials at the border. . .

Cruz’s bill would double the number of federal immigration judges, from about 375 to 750, in order to more quickly adjudicate asylum and illegal immigration cases.

It would also set up additional temporary shelters to accommodate families who would under current policy be separated.

Cruz’s bill also says that families should stay together except on two occasions, when there is criminal conduct or there appears a threat of harm to children. . .

The media is attempting to place all the blame of family separation on President Donald Trump, but the administration has pointed out that the law that led to the policy has been in place for more than a decade. (Read more from “Ted Cruz Proposes Emergency Bill to Address Child Separation – Here’s What It Does” HERE)

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