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Families separated at border could receive settlements from Biden administration

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The Biden administration is considering making payments to families who were separated under former President Trump’s zero tolerance immigration policy. NBC News’ Jacob Soboroff reports that they payments could be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars per family.