First California, now Michigan.
Wolverine Human Services officials say Central American child refugees could arrive here in “a couple weeks,” though protesters didn’t roll out a welcome mat outside Vassar City Hall on Monday night.
“I want them to go home where they came from,” said Julie Blossom Hunt, 48, of Vassar, one of several dozen people at a protest held by Michiganders for Immigration Control and Enforcement, or MICE.
“I’m a big believer in going (to their home countries) and ministering to them, and helping improve their quality of life for them and for their future.”
……Tens of thousands of children have crossed illegally into Texas in recent months from Central American countries such as Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras. Most are males and older than 14, according to federal sources. The federal government reports the youths flee to the U.S. to join family members…
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