Report: New plan to send more migrants to Albuquerque


ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — As a record number of migrants are arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border, new reporting shows a plan to move many of them to Albuquerque. NBC News reports it has obtained documents that show the Department of Homeland Security plans to transport migrants awaiting immigration proceedings to various U.S. cities. In the coming weeks, Los Angeles would be the first city to receive migrants, and, at some point, Albuquerque would as well, according to the report.

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