New York prepares to welcome more migrants after end of Section 42 border policy – CBS News

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US officials say that four days after Section 42 expired, they have seen a decrease in the number of migrants crossing the southern border. But with migrant shelters overloaded, city officials in Brownsville, Texas, are preparing to ship migrants to at least six destinations, including New York. This is reported by senior White House official and CBS News political correspondent Ed O’Keefe.

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