During an interview with NPR’s “Morning Edition” broadcast Friday, Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV) stated that there are some things the Biden administration is doing on immigration that are “too harsh and don’t help us solve this problem,” and criticized the special proposals. crossing bans and detention of families.
Host Steve Inskip asked, [relevant exchange begins around 4:20] It looks like Title 42 will expire, regardless, in May. The administration has reportedly talked about other measures it could use — harsh measures in some cases — to deter people from crossing, like family detention, for example. Would you rather take tougher measures instead? From Title 42 to keep the flow?”
Cortez Masto replied, “No. And I’ve said this to the administration as well, on family detention, that was a mistake under Trump and it’s a mistake now. There was a proposal to ban transit, again, a wrong one. It’s — this is a piecemeal solution to a broken immigration system. So.” there [are] The things they do are too cruel and don’t help us solve this problem, when, in fact, we can pull ourselves together and figure out the right way to do it.”
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