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Jazmine Ulloa

Jazmine Ulloa is temporarily covering immigration out of Washington, D.C., for the Los Angeles Times. She typically covers California state politics and policy and is based in Sacramento. A native of El Paso, she covered state and federal courts for the Austin American-Statesman in the Texas capital. Her work has appeared in Texas Monthly, the Texas Observer and the Boston Globe. She is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin.
Immigration agencies share vague plans to reunite migrant parents and children

A week before a court-ordered deadline for the Trump administration to reunite more than 2,500 migrant children and parents separated at the border, immigration officials had few answers for Congress on Wednesday on what is next for the families.

Customs agency says only 7 families separated at ports of entry from May to June, conflicting with news reports and a judge's ruling

U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents on Monday attempted to rebut claims that they have been separating families at southwestern ports of entry, saying the agency only split seven families out of 5,298 that presented themselves at legal international checkpoints.

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