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New Report Details Problems In Detention

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AIR DATE: November 22, 2013

A report by the immigration clinic at UNLV's Boyd School of Law found several problems at the Henderson Detention Center, which holds almost all the the immigration detainees in Nevada. Detainees said they had limited access to the law library and medical care, among other complaints. Across the country, there has been increasing scruitny on the conditions in immigration detention facilities. So how do the problems in Henderson compare to other stories from across the nation?

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Fatma Marouf, professor, UNLV Boyd School of Law

Rachael Bale, reporter, Center for Investigative Reporting

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