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Here's what's in the $4.6 billion border aid bill passed by Congress

Democratic leadership in the House signed onto the GOP-led Senate's proposal Thursday after a fight over what should be included in the bill.

A group of kids are seen inside a temporary migrant holding area set up by Customs and Border Protection under the Paso del Norte International Port of Entry between Juarez and El Paso, on March 27, 2019.


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