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Congress to Focus on US Border Crisisi
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Michael Bowman
July 13, 2014 7:49 PM
Clues could emerge this week whether America’s politically-divided Congress will approve funds requested by President Barack Obama to address a surge of immigrants illegally crossing the southwestern U.S. border. VOA’s Michael Bowman reports, Obama wants nearly $4 billion to hold and more quickly process tens of thousands of children arriving primarily from Central America, and to boost federal resources at America’s long border with Mexico.

Congress to Focus on US Border Crisis

Michael Bowman

Published July 13, 2014

Clues could emerge this week whether America’s politically-divided Congress will approve funds requested by President Barack Obama to address a surge of immigrants illegally crossing the southwestern U.S. border. VOA’s Michael Bowman reports, Obama wants nearly $4 billion to hold and more quickly process tens of thousands of children arriving primarily from Central America, and to boost federal resources at America’s long border with Mexico.


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