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A Texas municipality governed by Democrats approved a $2 million contract to transport migrants to other places and is seeking federal reimbursement.

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El Paso is seeing an increase in migration to and from Mexico.

An agreement worth $2 million has been inked by Democratic leaders in one Texas town with a charter bus company to relocate migrants to other localities in the state.

El Paso, Texas, voted 3-1 to authorize a contract with GoGo Charters LLC to “transport migrants as needed.” Monday’s vote.

According to the reports, the charter bus operator has successfully transported more than 550 migrants out of the city.

This town borders Mexico. City-operated buses have transported migrants to local bus terminals, the airport, and shelters.

According to the report, the number of detainees released from federal immigration detention has significantly increased over the course of the past week.

This is purportedly due to the entrance of hundreds of Venezuelan migrants who cannot be deported under Title 42 and have no U.S. sponsors.

City intends to spend $2 million over the course of sixteen months, and it is asking the Biden administration to reimburse it for those expenditures.

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