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San Diego: Family Separations and Tuesday Night

san diego: He also issued a nationwide injunction against further family separations, unless the parent is deemed unfit or doesn't want to be with the child, according to Vancouver Courier. Asked about the injunction, Trump offered no complaint, saying, We believe the families should be together also so there's not a lot to fight. The hard deadline set Tuesday night by a U.S. District Judge in San Diego touched off a flurry of activity at facilities already coping with the aftermath of President Donald Trump's order to end the separation of families at the border.article continues below Trending Stories Owners of fire-damaged Shaughnessy home facing charges under city's heritage bylaw Hector Bremner says Yes' to new Vancouver party Green Party goes above and beyond, selecting candidates for council, school and park board Will he or won't he The Ryan Reynolds watch is on at the Rio Theatre In his order, U.S. District Court Judge Dana Sabraw, an appointee of President George W. Bush, said all families must be reunited within 30 days, and children under 5 must be reunited with their parents within 14 days. But it remained unclear Wednesday how the administration would meet that deadline, given the amount of red tape and confusion that has hung over the reunification process. Last night's court decision makes it even more imperative that Congress finally act to give federal law enforcement the ability to simultaneously enforce the law and keep families together, the department said in a statement. The Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Refugee Resettlement is taking an average of 57 days to place children in its care with adult sponsors far longer than the time now allotted by the judge.HHS, which is in charge of the separated children, referred questions Wednesday to the Justice Department, which in turn said it was up to Congress to deal with the border situation. ( As reported in the news.