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Nearly 2,000 people seeking asylum in the United States have put their name in a notebook. Its origins are unclear, but it was created after U.S. border officials began to limit the number of asylum seekers allowed to enter the San Ysidro Port of Entry. The notebook became a way for the immigrants to keep track of who is next in line. The book’s guardian — always an asylum seeker — scrawls each person’s name and country of origin in blue ink. But the book has also become fraught with both symbolism and anger. Los Angeles Times

— A federal judge refused Thursday to block California from restricting local law enforcement cooperation with immigration agents, an early legal victory for the state’s “sanctuary” law. It’s largely a first-round victory for California in its battle with Trump, but a battle that is likely far from over. Los Angeles Times
— The Trump administration admits that it’s holding hundreds more children separated from their parents after being apprehended at the border than officials have previously estimated. Roughly 100 are under the age of 5. None have yet been reunited with their parents. Los Angeles Times

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