Increasing Number Of U.S. Volunteers, Journalists And Lawyers Face Border-Crossing Hassles

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More and more journalists, volunteers and pro-bono lawyers are running into problems when they cross the border from Tijuana, Mexico, into San Diego, California. They're being pulled into "secondary" and questioned — sometimes for hours — over their volunteer or reporting activities among asylum-seekers in Tijuana. At least two lawyers who work with asylum-seekers have been denied entry into Mexico because an "alert" has been placed on their passports. Reporter Max Rivlin-Nadler (@MaxRivlinNadler) has the story.

This segment aired on February 14, 2019.


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