Immigrant Help Based on ‘Beliefs,’ Judge Rules

An Arizona federal judge has reversed the convictions of four faith-based volunteers who were fined and put on probation for aiding migrants at the border, saying the activists were simply exercising their “sincerely held religious beliefs.” The ruling in U.S. v. Hoffman, announced Feb. 3, overturned a lower court decision

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