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The sleepy-looking downtown of McAllen would give passersby no reason to believe it is the epicenter of a border surge.

Here, a nightclub has been converted into a resting spot for migrant families. Officials are struggling to keep up with the surge.
“Biden signed an $86 million deal to house immigrants, but they can’t get people like me off the street."

As San Diego's Convention Center transitions from a homeless shelter to a migrant center, homeless residents and parents are growing frustrated.…
Residents of Gila Bend have a complex view of the immigration crisis.

The entire town's operations are managed by just 5 people, and they're running out of resources as the federal government continues to drop off migrants in the town.…

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