Jeremy Redmon

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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Jeremy Redmon is a reporter at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, where he covers immigration.

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Arrests at the border are way down, but seizures of immigrants in the interior of the country are up.

Are Trump's deportation policies ripping families apart?

Arrests at the border are way down, but seizures of immigrants in the interior of the country are up.

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