Migrants on school buses? Texas town feels caught in the middle

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By Alexandra Ulmer DEL RIO, Texas (Reuters) – Many residents of the Texan border town of Del Rio have been saying for months that they feel abandoned by the federal government as border arrests hit 20-year highs. Now, with some 16,000 migrants sheltering in precarious conditions under the International Bridge connecting Del Rio and Mexico’s Ciudad Acuña, the resentment is getting worse. On Friday night, a local lawyer published a Facebook post saying that local school district buses were transferring migrants, mostly Haitians, to processing facilities. “THE SAME BUSES OUR CHILDREN WILL RIDE ON…

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