After months of outcry over splitting apart migrant families at the border, the US government is supposed to reunite all eligible families that it separated.
But we already know as many as 914 parents won’t be reunited with their children by Thursday. In some cases, the parents can’t be found or have serious criminal records. In other cases, they’ve already been deported without their children.
The government has already reunited 1012 families.
US District Judge Dana Sabraw, who issued the Thursday deadline to reunite all eligible families, called the progress “remarkable.”
“The government has to be commended for its efforts in that regard,” Sabraw said Tuesday.
But the judge slammed the Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance” policy.
“It’s the reality of a policy that was in place that resulted in large numbers of families being separated without forethought as to reunification and keeping track of people,” Sabraw said. “And that’s the fallout we’re seeing.”
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