President Biden’s Justice Department formally did away with the Trump administration’s controversial “zero tolerance” border policy, which resulted in the separation of thousands of migrant families, hundreds of whom have yet to be reunited. Acting Attorney General Monty Wilkinson rescinded the policy in a memo addressed to all federal prosecutors, calling the 2018 directive “inconsistent with our principles.” Under the policy, the federal government separated families at the border so it could detain and prosecute the adults.

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OJ retracts ‘zero tolerance’ migrant family separation rule.