Johnson, Isakson call for immigration change
Trump signals executive order to end separation of families at border
COVINGTON, Ga. — At least two of the men who represent Newton County in Congress say they want to see change in a “zero-tolerance” immigration policy that’s resulted in the separation of families at the border.
The Trump administration has come under fire for separating children from their parents who are trying to immigrate into the U.S. illegally. Lawmakers from both major parties have begun to speak out against the policy.