Supreme Court temporarily extends Trump-era Title 42 immigration policy

Supreme court temporarily extends trump-era title 42 immigration policy

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ABC News senior Washington reporter Devin Dwyer walks us through a Supreme Court ruling extending the Title 42 immigration policy and what it means for migrants at the border.

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