ACLU

Appeals Court Preserves CDC Title 42 Migrant Expulsion Protocol

The United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia granted the Biden administration a stay against a lower court’s injunction requiring the federal government to stop using the Title 42 COVID protection protocol. The Title 42 coronavirus protection protocol allows officials to expel migrant family units from the country. The D.C. Court of Appeals issued the stay hours before the Border Patrol was set to begin releasing all migrant family unit migrants with a child into the United States.

Border Patrol agents apprehend 140 migrants, including 80 unaccompanied children, in the Arizona desert. (Photo: U.S. Border Patrol/Tucson Sector)

Biden Admin Holds Migrants in ‘Inhumane Outdoor Pen,’ Says ACLU

The Biden Administration is holding what appears to be thousands of migrants in what the ACLU calls an “inhumane outdoor pen.” Rio Grande Valley Sector Border Patrol officials are being forced to store recently apprehended migrants under the Anzalduas International Bridge near Mission, Texas, because of overcrowding in processing centers.

Biden administration holding thousands of migrants in outdoor detention area under international bridge. (Photo: U.S. Representative Henry Cuellar (D-TX))