Saturday, September 30, 2023
Saturday, September 30, 2023
Saturday, September 30, 2023

Massachusetts to Migrants: 80% More of You We’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat




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Massachusetts Governor Maura Healey has declared a state of emergency in response to a significant increase in the number of migrants in the state, Your Content has learned.

The number of migrant families residing in government-funded facilities has risen by 80% compared to the previous year.

Massachusetts, known as a sanctuary state, has seen a rapid influx of migrants. As of the latest report, approximately 5,600 migrant families are living in government-funded facilities across the state. This figure represents an 80% increase from the numbers recorded last year.

“Unfortunately, Gov. Healey is not asking Biden’s administration to close the borders but pleads to people of Massachusetts to come together and help with the crisis as well begs for more federal funds to deal with illegal.”

While the governor has not requested the federal government to close the borders, she is urging the residents of Massachusetts to unite and assist in addressing the crisis. Additionally, she is seeking more federal funds to manage the situation.

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The state of Massachusetts is grappling with a significant migrant influx, leading to the declaration of a state of emergency by Governor Maura Healey.

While the state seeks solutions and additional funding, the broader implications of this situation and the potential future steps remain to be seen.

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