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Court may, the end of family separations on the US border

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The health and Human Services inspector general’s office, said on Wednesday it is launching a study of migrant women women’s shelters housing children would be concerns, with particular attention to safety and health.

A spokeswoman for the Agency said that the probe will not focus on specific allegations of ill-treatment. HHS also insights into the training and qualification of Federal contractors, with the well-being of children in care.

The Agency announced it is reviewing the conditions of the shelters was a day after a Federal judge in California ordered that families separated at the border to be reunited with their children within 30 days. Children were appointed under the age of five, to be reunited within 14 days after the order.

HHS is a protection of about 12,000 children of migrants, including around 2000, the part arrived on the southwest border with one of the parents and were separated because of the Trump government’s “zero tolerance policy”.

Calls to adopt a law, would have remained to the end of the family separations on the border of unanswered Wednesday after the GOP immigration bill was rejected by an overwhelming majority in a 301-121 voice.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Paulina Dedaj is a writer/ reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter @PaulinaDedaj.

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