A federal judge in Washington directed the government on Monday to process an open records request related to the largest workplace immigration raid conducted in nearly a decade.

U.S. District Judge Rudolph Contreras ordered U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to respond to a Freedom of Information Act request filed by lawyers seeking the names of the ICE officers involved in that April 2018 raid in Tennessee. The agency has until the close of business Tuesday to process and release at least one record that contains the information  being sought by the plaintiff, the National Immigration Law Center.

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