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New Emergency Shelter For Migrant Children Opens In Carrizo Springs, Texas

NPR Wednesday, 10 July 2019
A new emergency shelter opening in Texas means fewer migrant children will be held in squalid Border Patrol holding cells. But there is growing opposition to what critics are calling "child camps."
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The shelter in Carrizo Springs, Texas is scheduled to remain in use through January 2020.

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