July 11 // At least one of the youngest migrant children sent to Maryland will be reunited with family by court deadline

The Trump administration on Tuesday appeared to significantly pull back from its “zero tolerance” immigration policy as it rushed to reunite families to satisfy a court order, saying it will largely release families with ankle bracelet monitoring rather than indefinitely detaining the migrant children and parents together. Administration officials said just 38 of 102 children under age 5 were expected to be reunited with their families by Tuesday, the deadline set by a U.S. District Court judge in San Diego. At least one of the young migrant children sent to Maryland facilities was expected to be reunited with relatives on Tuesday, according to a foster agency involved in the process. (Balt. Sun)

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