Judge to weigh new rules for U.S. reuniting of migrant families


(Reuters) – A federal judge on Friday will consider imposing tougher rules on the U.S. government to ensure it reunites as many as 2,000 immigrant children with their parents by July 26.

In a lawsuit brought by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), U.S. Judge Dana Sabraw in San Diego had ordered the government in June to reunite families that had been separated after crossing the U.S.-Mexican border.

But the government failed to meet a Tuesday deadline for reuniting an initial group of children under 5.

It said 46 remained separated because of safety concerns, the deportation of their…



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