‘If they say no, it’s no’: Migrants share stories from US-Mexico border | USA TODAY #Shorts

Migrants in Juarez, Mexico, watched and waited for a shift in U.S. immigration policy as the fight over Title 42 expulsions reached the Supreme Court.

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