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From border town to ‘border town,’ bused migrants seek new lives in DC area

19 mins | Sep 15, 2022
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What happens next for the US migrants? Buses have transported around 9,400 migrants and refugees to Washington DC from border towns in Texas. This is due to the US Capital's governor's pledge to provide free passage as a political statement over 'lax Biden administration border policy.' However, despite concerns about tactical games and lack of necessary long-term infrastructure, Antonio Olivo explains, the buses have become a welcome pipeline for many who could otherwise not afford to leave Texas.
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