Colleen Long

Associated Press

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Reporter covering immigration enforcement and homeland security for the Associated Press.

Colleen Long on KCRW

The U.S. is trying to prevent child trafficking. But its own immigration laws seem to encourage a form of it.

US cracks down on immigration, but allows child brides to be brought into the country

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