DC Suddenly Realizes Migrant Crisis Is a Crisis, Asks Federal Govt for Help

Since April last year, Republican governors have bussed thousands of immigrants to Washington, D.C., and the city is still struggling to absorb the massive influx of noncitizens.
Instead of moving on to other destinations, some of the immigrants are choosing to stay in the city, raising capacity concerns for the local government that illustrate the larger issues surrounding immigration po …

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