Controversy over sending migrants to sanctuary cities reignites immigration debate

Controversy over sending migrants to sanctuary cities reignites immigration debate

ABC News published this video item, entitled “Controversy over sending migrants to sanctuary cities reignites immigration debate” – below is their description.

Buses and planes filled with migrants sent by Florida Gov. Ron Desantis arrived at Martha’s Vineyard earlier this week.

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