Biden administration to halt pandemic policy blocking migrants who claim asylum | The Pulse

Apr 05, 2022 View Original Article
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53% :They continued: "Our government has the tools to safely process and screen people at the border, as required by law, in order to determine whether they qualify for asylum or other humanitarian protections."
52% : Months in the worksDHS officials said they had been planning the ending of Title 42 for months, and have sent hundreds of law enforcement officials to the border to assist in processing, and will continue to send agents.
43% :More than 1 million migrants have been expelled under Title 42, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection data.
34% : The order, known as Title 42, was enacted by the Trump administration in March 2020 as a way to prevent migrants from seeking asylum in the United States amid a health crisis, and expelled migrants to their home countries.
28% : WASHINGTON -- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Friday the government will terminate a Trump-era policy that prevented migrants from claiming asylum during a health crisis, including the coronavirus pandemic.
26% :Democrats reactDemocratic members of the U.S. House who lead a committee and subcommittee that manage border security, Reps. Bennie Thompson of Mississippi and Nanette Diaz Barragán of California, said in a joint statement that the Trump-era policy was never about public health and was inhumane.

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