New changes to how migrant children will be handled is up for debate sparking controversy


WASHINGTON – (8/22/19) The Department of Homeland Security announced today it will now hold migrant children for indefinite periods of time, ignoring a Federal Court agreement.

The Secretary of Homeland Security said the change will keep families together.

This latest change attempts to erase a previous court settlement that said kids can only be held in custody for 20 days.

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