House Republicans eye new child separation law

House Republicans are planning to vote on a narrow bill this week that they say would end the of children from their parents at the border, two sources with knowledge of the confidential conversations tell me. The National Journal’s Daniel Newhauser was the first to report this new development.

The details: According to my sources, the bill would overrule the Flores settlement — the law that requires releasing children from detention after 20 days, thereby separating them from their parents.

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