Reinstatement of Remain in Mexico Program Adds Confusion for Migrants Seeking Asylum
In February, the Biden administration began winding down former President Donald Trump’s controversial “Remain-in-Mexico” program. It sent people seeking asylum in this country back to Mexico to wait months for their day in immigration court in the U.S. But over the summer, a Texas judge ordered government officials to restart the program, and the Biden administration plans to roll it back out soon.
Reporter: Max Rivlin-Nadler
Appeals Court Temporarily Blocks Vaccination Mandate for Prison Workers
A federal appeals court has temporarily blocked a mandate for all prison staff in California to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, or provide proof of a religious or medical exemption. Prison officials and the union representing correctional officers have argued the mandate would lead to staffing shortages.
Reporter: Kate Wolffe, KQED