# Border patrol
Update: How many migrants have been bused to Washington D.C. from the border by Texas Gov. Abbott since April?
In April, Texas Governor Abbott announced he would begin shipping illegal immigrants to Washington D.C. in response to the Biden administration's attempt to repeal Title 42. Tijuana-California BorderBarbara Zandoval/Unsplash.
Texas' Border Patrol under federal investigation for possible civil rights violations
Governor Abbott's border patrol proclamation is under federal investigation for possible violations of civil rights following the death of an eighth soldier to die while deployed at this operation.
Governor Abbott trims health funding & other departments to inject half a billion into his border control plan
Texas will see state health, justice, public after, and other departments receive trimmed funding due to half a billion that has to go towards his border control plan called Operation Lone Star.
Buses 9 and 10 reach Washington D.C. as Governor Abbott ramps up his immigrant delivery to the Capitol.
Thursday was the first day that multiple buses arrived at once in the Capitol. Two charter buses from Texas dropped off migrants in a park between the Capitol and Union Station transportation hub.
American Governors' Border Strike Task Force welcomes Gov. Kemp
In order to disrupt and dismantle transnational criminal organizations, US states have formed the multi-state American Governors' Border Strike Force to increase and enhance collaboration, improve intelligence, invest more in analysis, combat human smuggling, and terminate drug flow. Those taking advantage of the open border with Mexico are a priority for the task force. The efforts to target cartels and criminal networks will be a united coordinated focus. The goal will be accomplished by improving public safety, protecting victims, reducing illegal drugs in the community, and controlling the humanitarian crisis at the Southern Border.