The government notified plaintiffs in a lawsuit that four detainees at the facility had tested positive during oral arguments on Thursday.
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Statistics illustrate the no tolerance attitude of the Trump Administration as non-criminal arrests spiked 87 percent.
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Following a visit to the upstate jail, a group of assembly members said the Orange County Jail was keeping immigrant detainees in substandard conditions
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