Border needs a bipartisan solution now, before immigration gets lost in party battles

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A judge’s order this past week halting the use of Title 42 to expel migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border is a warning sign that we are going to see new challenges at our already-strained border.  

The border needs real solutions — but if Republicans want to provide them, they should act now. They cannot wait for the new Congress when partisan stalemate between the two chambers will make actual legislation all-but impossible.  

In the most recent fiscal year, Border Patrol made more than 2.2 million apprehensions of individuals who had entered the U.S. unlawfully, a new record. And even more concerning than those who were apprehended is the estimated 599,000 individuals who were not.  

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The end of Title 42 — a public health emergency law — was probably inevitable: to be citing the COVID-19 pandemic has become less and less justifiable as the pandemic fades from most Americans’ minds.  

Texas DPS said several immigrants hid themselves within the canyons bovember 1, 2022.  (Texas DPS)

But in some ways, the policy has contributed to the current crisis. Those expelled to Mexico often

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