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Why the immigration crisis is bankrupting U.S. cities

By Reuters
27 February 2024   |   3:03 am
The ongoing migrant crisis is unprecedented, both in scale and the effect it has had beyond the border states to cities located deep within the country. Major cities such as New York, Denver and Chicago are finding themselves under extreme financial pressure, exacerbated by the lack of federal funding or assistance.

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