An explainer about Title 42, the public health measure used since March 2020 to expel migrants without even the chance to ask for protection in the United States.
Finds seven examples in which Texas’s state government has been less-than-forthcoming, to say the least, about the results of Gov. Greg Abbott’s (R) state border crackdown.
National Guardsmen assigned to Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s (R) “Operation Lone Star” are seeking to exercise a new federal right to form a union.
Explores the double-standard between nationalities at the Tijuana-San Diego border: Ukrainians are being admitted at ports of entry, but all other nationalities have Title 42 applied to them.
Examines whether the Department of Homeland Security will be ready to process an increased arrival of asylum-seeking migrants after the likely lifting of the Title 42 pandemic expulsion policy.
A look back at 17 years of Texas governors’ border security operations, usually launched in the run-up to elections, none of which appears to have had any lasting impact on security or migration.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s “disaster” declaration at the border has allowed the state to engage in contracts without a formal solicitation process.
A thorough account of the Biden administration’s infighting around border and migration policy, with the President reportedly demanding in March 2021, “Who do I need to fire to fix this?”
“Patriots for America,” a heavily armed far-right militia group, has been patrolling the border with the support, or at least the toleration, of authorities in Kinney County, Texas.
A thorough takedown of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R)’s “Operation Lone Star,” in which state police arrested over 7,200 migrants, often on “trespassing” charges, in seven months.