Proposal comes as US plans temporary facility to house the growing number of children separated at the border

Republicans members of Congress are considering legislation to end family separations at the border as the US plans to open a temporary facility to accommodate the growing number of immigrant children separated from their parents.

The policy was outlined in a “discussion draft” of an immigration proposal that aims to find common ground between rival factions of the House Republican party by pairing relief for young undocumented immigrants with billions of dollars in funding for Donald Trump’s wall along the southern border.

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