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SPECIAL REPORT: Families Separated at the Border
No one should have been surprised that Trump used immigrant families as pawns in his political games, but his callousness should signal that it is time for the church to resist.
In a second effort, the House of Representatives on Thursday narrowly passed its version of a farm bill, a blow for Catholic organizations opposing it in part due to stricter work requirements it attaches to federal food assistance.
Michael Sean Winters rounds up political news and commentary: Millennial calls family separation policy 'political violence'; Agreement on objections to Arroyo; Surprising origin for Nazi analogy
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Wednesday, allowing immigrant families to remain together, a pivot after officials spent days defending the administration's zero tolerance policy.