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Advocates fear drop in crime reporting after ICE greenlights policy to arrest immigrants in court

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency formalized a directive Wednesday giving authority to federal agents to detain immigrants at courthouses, the Associated Press reported,  in an enforcement action that has left immigrant activists outraged. The four-page directive, which explains that civil immigration enforcement actions can be taken inside federal, state, and loca
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