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Trump administration will soon expand "remain in Mexico" policy for migrants to busiest part of the border

It started in California, on the western edge of the southern border. Now officials say the controversial “remain in Mexico” program, which sends asylum-seeking migrants back across the border to await their fate, could soon hit the other end: Brownsville.

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One shelter for migrant children is trying to distinguish itself from Border Patrol processing centers. But protesters keep coming.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the agency running the Carrizo Springs facility for unaccompanied teens, has distinguished its shelters from processing facilities facing worsening conditions. That hasn’t stopped protesters from descending on the town.

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