The Heat: U.S.-Mexico Border Crisis

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Crowds and chaos at the U.S.-Mexico border as a pandemic-era policy ends. 

Title 42 is officially winding down. The controversial policy went into effect during the height of the COVID-19 crisis three years ago. The U.S. Trump administration used the provision to turn away migrants at the southern border, citing health and safety concerns. So, what happens now? 

Joining the  discussion:

  • Laura Carlsen is the Director of the Americas Program.
  • Rafael Bernal is a Staff Writer at “The Hill.”
  • Mark Krikorian is the Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies.
  • David Leopold is Partner and Chair at the Immigration Law Group Ulmer & Berne LLP.