By Franco Ordoñez – McClatchy Washington Bureau

Lawyers negotiating the fate of the Obama administration’s family detention program will extend talks for another week.

This is the second time that Department of Justice officials and lawyers for detained mothers and children have agreed to push back their deadline to determine under what circumstances mothers and children can be detained. The two sides were supposed to file a joint status report Friday. But without an agreement in hand, they will continue talks for another week. They plan to file a report by July 3.

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