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Broken Border

Supreme Court lets Trump's rule for asylum seekers on southern border stand

The ruling made Wednesday allows the policy — which requires many migrants to seek asylum in countries other than the United States — to continue in the states on the nation's southern border.

Asylum seekers from Central and South America wait on the Mexican side of the Brownsville/Gateway Bridge.

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