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Oklahoma Army Base to Shelter Migrant Children

Newsmax Wednesday, 12 June 2019
The federal government has chosen a military base in Oklahoma as the location for a new temporary shelter to house migrant children and is considering a customs port in southern New Mexico as another option as existing shelters are overwhelmed.
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News video: HHS To House Up To 1,400 Unaccompanied Migrant Children At Army Base

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The migrant children will be housed at Fort Sill in Oklahoma as many shelters are running out of room.

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