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>> 17 States and the district of Columbia sued the Trump administration on Tuesday, over it's policy of separating migrant children and parents at the US-Mexico border. In El Paso Texas parents who were released from detention said they still haven't talked to their kids, and don't know where they are.
> Trump's order to end family separations did not explain how the zero tolerance policy could be adjusted to keep families together.
>> Family separation began because of Trump administration two months old zero tolerance policy. Which seeks to prosecute all adults who cross the border illegally, including those traveling with children.>> We won't prosecute.>> The lawsuit, which was filed in US district court in Seattle, argued the policy was unconstitutional, in part because it was motivated by animus and a desire to harm.
>> Parado de ella.>> My daughter told me, dad, you're going to jail, and I'm going who knows where.>>
But officials said this week that parents who crossed the border illegally with their children would not face prosecution for the time being, because the government was running short of space to house them.