San Diego Supervisor warns of influx of migrants when Title 42 ends

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Says Supervisor Anderson, “We need to have a plan in place that doesn't punish our communities and yet welcomes those folks coming across the border. And the County doesn't have the resources to do it.” 

Anderson says he’s sounding the alarm. 

“We want to welcome them, but we can’t have government policies that fail both them and us," said Anderson. "Without those resources, you are literally putting people on the streets in the dark of night. All these people are going to come and they’re going to need food, shelter, and clothes. What are these people going to do when they are in the huddled masses on our street? This is not the way we welcome people to the country who are leaving horrible circumstances by creating horrible circumstances for them.”