According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, the Senate Appropriations Committee approved 4.6 billion-dollars in largely humanitarian aid to address an ongoing surge of migrants at the United States' border with Mexico.
A full vote on the measure is reportedly expected in the full Senate as soon as next week.
As a new Trump administration policy on Central America asylum-seekers rapidly expands, family separations are increasingly complicated by a formidable barrier: an international border. Yahaira Jacquez..
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