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A Texas law that would let police arrest migrants for illegal entry is going before a judge

  • A federal judge in Austin, Texas is considering whether to enforce a new law that gives police broad authority to arrest migrants entering the U.S. Illegally.
  • The law is set to take effect on March 5 and is the most significant attempt by a state to police immigration since a 2010 Arizona law.
  • The Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against Texas, as tensions escalate between the Biden administration and Texas over border control measures.
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