Npr - 25/05/2023 22:36  

Why predicted border chaos after Title 42’s end didn’t pan out

Two weeks after the pandemic restrictions known as Title 42 expired, predictions of chaos at the border have not panned out, revealing a wide gap between the political rhetoric and reality.

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