Johanna Fluckey

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Senior direct representation attorney at KIND (Kids in need of Defense).

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On Monday, a federal judge in Washington said the government must release or hold hearings for more than 1000 asylum seekers currently in detention.

State of migrant family reunification efforts nationally and in LA

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