Presidential hopeful Sen. (D-Mass.) would decriminalize border-crossing violations, dramatically scale back detention and use executive action to skirt congressional deadlock on comprehensive reform if elected, according to a detailed plan her campaign released Thursday.
Warren’s plan, made available ahead of a candidate forum with Latino civic leaders in Milwaukee, would roll back the ’s hard-line policies and embrace a set of more progressive policies that have gained traction in a highly competitive primary. And though Warren casts President as uniquely hostile to immigrants, she implied that both parties share blame for America’s immigration dysfunction.