By The National Desk
WASHINGTON (TND) — The future of Title 42, the public health order that allows the U.S. to turn away asylum seekers at the southern border, is resting in the hands of a federal judge.
The decision by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention to end the controversial measure has received fierce pushback from Republicans and some Democrats who warn of a massive surge of migrants at the border.
Right now, it’s set to expire on May 23 but nearly two dozen states have filed a lawsuit to keep the policy in place, which is being reviewed by a judge right now. The states argue that the federal government isn’t taking into consideration the strain on state resources in its decision to lift the policy.
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