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Broken Border

The federal government opened a model facility for migrant kids last month. Now it's being closed.

Kevin Dinnin, head of the San Antonio-based nonprofit that runs the Carrizo Springs shelter, said it was "too much, too late."

A group of mostly teenage migrants on the grounds of The Studios, a converted temporary shelter for migrant kids in Carrizo Springs on July 12, 2019.

Broken Border

A surge of migrants arriving at the Texas-Mexico border has pushed the country's immigration system to the breaking point as new policies aimed at both undocumented immigrants and legal asylum seekers have contributed to a humanitarian crisis. The Texas Tribune is maintaining its in-depth reporting on this national issue.

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