ICE's one step forward, two steps (ass) backwards


It's hard to find the logic in ICE's announcement that it is going to use quotas, again, coming relatively so soon after that other announcement that it was ending quotas.

Especially in the wake of a spate of crazy stories about folks who were threatened with deportation even though they were hardly seasoned criminals.

No wonder that the ACLU is calling for transparency, due process and detention reform.

The whole sorry saga brings us back to the central question of who profits from our federal immigration policy?

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