In Texas, border patrols agents are admittedly overwhelmed. Unaccompanied children from Central America are being transferred to temporary shelters outside the state.
A 2008 law prevents them from being immediately deported. Hundreds have arrived at Fort Sill in Oklahoma. Others are in California at a Ventura naval base.
In Virginia, angry residents convinced the Obama administration to abandon a plan to use the old St. Paul's College campus as another temporary shelter.
The Homeland Security Department estimates more than 65,000 unaccompanied children will be apprehended this year.
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