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Border Crisis: Children in Limbo #1127045

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jul 12, 2014
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(Studio: Miguel Marquez) The cost of amnesty for illegal immigrants and the total US debt cited; details given about the strain on federal facilities; scenes shown from Artesia, New Mexico, where hundreds of teenagers are being held. [Homeland Security Secretary Jeh JOHNSON†- says our border is not open to illegal migration and we will send you back.] Live discussion held with Artesia Mayor Phillip Burch† and CNN correspondent Polo Sandoval† about the crisis at the border. [Voice of BURCH – describes his concerns about taking care of the immigrants.] [SANDOVAL – comments on the federal response.]
Reporter(s):
Marquez, Miguel
Duration:
00:04:40

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