Ice officers to make case-by-case decisions in reversal of Obama-era measure, prompting criticism from immigration activists

The Trump administration is ending an exemption from immigration detention for pregnant women, reversing an Obama-era directive.

US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Ice) officers will make a case by case determination under the new policy. Women in their third trimester will still be released as before, said Philip Miller, an Ice deputy executive associate director.

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