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Trump administration to use disaster aid for migrant detention centers

CBS News Tuesday, 27 August 2019
The administration is planning to use funds allocated for disaster aid efforts and other Homeland Security initiatives to expand space in ICE facilities and support the controversial "Remain in Mexico" program
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