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State appeals court temporarily blocks Austin’s paid sick leave ordinance : Amid a legal challenge from a slate of powerful business-aligned groups, the city of Austin’s ordinance requiring employers to provide their employees with paid sick leave has been temporarily blocked from going into effect. The city voted in February to allow workers at most private A...
Judge says reunited migrant families can now face a choice: Stay locked up together, or separate again : A federal judge says the government can now leave it up to immigrant parents: Keep your children locked up with you in an immigration detention center, or send them miles or states away to be cared for in a government-contracted shelter. For months, the Trump administration’s “zero tol...
After "disturbance" at immigrant detention center, 16 migrant fathers taken away overnight : Immigration officials called it a “situation” and a “disturbance.” Advocates have described it as a “horrifying scene.” Whatever happened on Wednesday afternoon at a South Texas immigration detention center for families led to 16 adult men being taken away to spend the night in a diffe...

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