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Mayors protest outside Texas holding facility for migrant teens

TORNILLO, Texas - Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and a group of bipartisan mayors protested outside a government-run camp for migrant teens in Texas on Thursday, calling on the Trump administration to reunite families forcibly separated after crossing illegally into the United States.

At a news conference near the camp in Tornillo, a rural border town southeast of El Paso, Garcetti said, "It is time to reunify families, and it is time to fix a broken immigration

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