San Diego-area Democratic officials welcome plan to end Trump-era border policy

The Biden administration’s decision to terminate a pandemic-related policy which made it harder for migrants to seek asylum in the United States drew praise today from three Democratic San Diego-area elected officials while Republican Rep. Darrell Issa called it “reckless.”The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Friday, April 1, it will terminate its Title 42 public health order Monday, May 23. The order required the expulsion of unauthorized single adults and family units arriving at the land borders to protect against the spread of COVID-19.San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria said ending the “inhumane and restrictive policy is long overdue.”Gloria said his administration will continue to work with the Department of Homeland Security and regional community o
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