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AILA Doc. No. 22042251 | Dated April 21, 2022 | File Size: 601 KDownload the Document
On 4/21/22, leaders of immigrant, civil rights, humanitarian, labor, and human rights organizations sent a letter to President Biden urging him to end border expulsions under Title 42 and to oppose congressional attempts to keep the border expulsion policy in place via legislation.
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Remember: The border is secure— Gregory Chen (@GregChenAILA) April 22, 2022
The Problem: DHS has a plan but @POTUS is NOT promoting it
That's why @AILANational joined letter to Biden urging resolve on ending border expulsion policy T42 and forceful defense of their plan
Read letter in @politico👇https://t.co/8GGpLX6H9g pic.twitter.com/HrPiihYs8r
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