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The Trump administration is placing new restrictions on migrants seeking asylum in the U.S., and some groups say the move violates federal law. The mandate announced Thursday bars migrants who cross the southern border illegally from any "eligibility for asylum." The policy could impact a caravan of migrants marching toward the border. Mireya Villarreal reports from Hidalgo, Texas.
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