There's a 700,000-case backlog in immigration courts. Jeff Sessions just decided to make it even bigger.
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Over the past 10 years, the backlog in America’s immigration courts has nearly quadrupled to roughly 700,000 cases. On Thursday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a decision that could dramatically expand that backlog at a time when immigrants often wait years before judges decide whether they can remain in the United States. Using his control […]


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