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US Border Prosecutions and the Devastating Cost to Families

Expand Men recently deported from the US wait in line to be registered with Mexican authorities at the border in Nogales, Mexico. © 2010 Associated Press Americans watching the first night of the US Democratic Party primary presidential debates heard a lot about “1325,” as candidate Julian Castro challenged others on the stage to join him in calling for a repeal of this law. That’s a reference to Section 1325, in Title 8 of the US Code, which makes illegal entry into the US a federal misdemeanor punishable by up to six months in prison. As Castro pointed out, the “zero-tolerance” policy based…

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