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Mr. Lane, who did not give his first name, sits at the dining room table as his two children watch a movie in their home Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017, in San Diego. The Lane family has been on edge since President Donald Trump took office. The mother, a Mexican who is in the country illegally, now carries her birth and marriage certificates and other documents wherever she goes. Around the country, Trump's efforts to crack down on the estimated 11 million immigrants living illegally in the U.S. have spread fear and anxiety and led many people to brace for arrest and to change up their daily routines in hopes of not getting caught. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

Immigrants fearing deportation under Trump change routines

- Associated Press

In Orange County, California, dozens of immigrant parents have signed legal documents authorizing friends and relatives to pick up their children from school and access their bank accounts to pay their bills in the event they are arrested by immigration agents.

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New EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt invoked conservationist John Muir in his remarks Tuesday, which riled up the conservation lobby, who say Mr. Pruitt's track record shows him to be no friend to the environment. (Associated Press)

New EPA Chief Pruitt promises major changes from Obama years

- The Washington Times

Scott Pruitt told EPA employees Tuesday that he's committed to protecting the environment and upholding the agency's core mission, but he also signaled that major changes are ahead as he begins to dismantle much of former President Obama's climate change agenda.

Dallas Police Sgt. Hall, left, speaks with Rives Grogan, 51, of Mansfield, Texas, who wears a red Trump cap, and other anti-abortion protesters, informing them which sidewalks they can use to conduct their protest, outside of the Planned Parenthood South Dallas Surgical Health Services Center, Saturday morning, Feb. 11, 2017, in Dallas. (Ben Torres/The Dallas Morning News via AP) ** FILE **

Judge blocks Texas cutting Medicaid to Planned Parenthood

- Associated Press

A federal judge ruled Tuesday that Texas can't cut off Medicaid dollars to Planned Parenthood over secretly recorded videos taken by anti-abortion activists in 2015 that launched Republican efforts across the U.S. to defund the nation's largest abortion provider.