Peter Schey

President, Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law

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President of the Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law; attorney, advocate and litigator on worksite enforcement

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Late on Friday a federal judge in Los Angeles  ruled  that the Obama administration must release all undocumented children and their mothers from detention facilities as soon as…

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