A three-judge federal appeals panel on Wednesday affirmed a lower court decision blocking the public identification of more than 2,000 immigrants released from immigration jails in 2013. The appeals court cited concerns for the privacy and safety of the former detainees, who were released amid federal budget reductions.
Appeals court protects names of people released from immigration jail
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