What’s next for the border? – MTV News

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The US has announced it will start taking legal status petitions for people who’ve been ordered deported.

This will happen on Tuesday.

It’s the first step towards the US taking up a legal route for people in the US who’ve gone through deportation proceedings.

The move comes after the US Congress passed legislation that allows those who’ve entered the US illegally to apply for legal status, a move the White House has previously said was necessary to reduce the number of people who cross the border illegally.

It is also part of President Donald Trump’s effort to secure the border with Mexico.

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The Senate is expected to pass a bill to expand the number the US will admit annually.

This is expected later this week, after the House passed a bill this week that also includes the increase.

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Trump is reportedly considering a number of measures to combat the epidemic of opioid abuse, including a bill that would give $2bn to state and local governments to combat drug overdose.

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The House and Senate are expected to meet on Tuesday to draft the House version of a bill designed to combat opioid addiction, and the Senate version is expected by the end of the week.

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The Department of Homeland Security will conduct its first border inspection in six years, according to a DHS official.

This comes after it did a border sweep in February of its busiest point, the San Diego-Long Beach-Ontario border.

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The White House is expected on Tuesday unveil the details of its plan to reduce crime in the United States by more than 1.8 million people.

The plan will be unveiled at a press conference, and will be formally announced on Wednesday.

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A new study has found that the average cost of a single opioid prescription is $2,400 in some areas.

The study was conducted by the University of Southern California, and is one of several funded by the federal government.

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The American Medical Association has released a statement opposing the US Senate bill to reduce opioid prescriptions.

The statement says it would increase the price of prescription opioids for the vast majority of Americans.

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The president’s nominee for a second Supreme Court justice has stepped down.

The court’s vacancy has been filled by Justice Samuel Alito, who had been confirmed to the court by the Senate by a vote of 89-2.

The next nominee will be announced on Tuesday, and Alito will be replaced by Justice Clarence Thomas.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.