County Leader Seeks Aid After Hundreds of Migrants Dropped off in San Diego

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"We have to bid and present plans, and other communities are going to be competing with us for that money, but we’re further ahead than we were last week," Anderson said.

District 2 Supervisor Joel Anderson agrees: ”Well, dropping people off without services, without clothing, shelter, food, healthcare — that’s abandoned."