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200 Migrants Fly Out of Phoenix Every Day - Will Governor Hobbs Succeed in Managing Migrants as Title 42 Ends Today?

Tom Handy
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Before she came into office, Governor Hobbs said she would rely on the Biden administration to help the border state with migrants. So far, the Biden administration has done a little but not everything Hobbs wanted done.

If you followed Texas and Governor Greg Abbott and the response he receives from President Joe Biden, the response has been very minimal. Governor Abbott even handed a scathing letter to President Biden when he made his first visit to a border city in January this year.

Governor Hobbs said recently:

"I've sent letters to President Biden and Secretary Mayorkas outlining specific actions that need to be taken. As of today, we have not received an adequate response. We will continue to relentlessly pressure the federal government until we truly get the resources we need to manage the expected influx."

Hobbs even outlined a five-point plan to deal with the migrant crisis.

Phoenix Sky Harbor mentioned earlier this week that about 200 migrants from Yuma are bused to the airport daily.

The Biden administration is ensuring immigration rules that were passed earlier in the year, are enforced.

1. Migrants must request asylum before entering the United States

2. Migrants must use the CBP One app to request asylum

Biden required migrants to request asylum before they enter the United States. If proper procedures are not followed, migrants will be expelled for up to five years before they can try to enter the country again.

Arizona Sheriffs are worried about Title 42 ending since they have been busy the past few years as they dealt with the migrant crisis in their towns.

Do you think Governor Hobbs will get overwhelmed with her first real test dealing with migrants?

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