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U.S. House passes $4.6 billion aid bill backed by Senate, Trump administration

Without passage of the bill, the agency responsible for caring for unaccompanied children who have overwhelmed border facilities would have run out of money within days, and conditions for minors in U.S. custody would worsen.

By Erica Werner, Mike DeBonis and Rachael Bade, The Washington Post
A young boy looks though fencing and razor wire inside a temporary migrant holding area under the Paso del Norte International Port of Entry between Juarez and El Paso set up by Customs and Border Protection , Wednesday, March 27, 2019, in El Paso, TX. Photo by Ivan Pierre Aguirre

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