Kate Andrews writes for City AM
US immigration policy is in the gutter, unreformed for years, thanks to growing polarisation and the bad attitudes of politicians across the spectrum. Contrary to popular belief, the move to separate children from adults when caught crossing the border illegally was not a new piece of legislation brought in by the Trump team, but rather a decision by attorney general Jeff Sessions to enforce current US law, which the Obama administration often waived.
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Further IEA Reading: Free to Move – The costs & consequences of restrictions on migration