July 26, 2018
Professor Betsy Ginsberg, director of Cardozo's Civil Rights Clinic, was quoted in Newsweek regarding the court-ordered deadline to reunify separated families—a result of the public outrage over Trump administration immigration policies that subsequently resulted in thousands of children being forcibly removed from their parents and sent to detention centers across the country.
Federal judge Dana Sabraw ordered the government to halt family separations and gave it 30 days to reunite the 2,551 children with their parents.
"Giving them 30 days to comply is showing just how urgent the problem is while balancing the scope of what it really means to reunite more than 2,000 people," Ginsberg said. 
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