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NYC, Chicago, Denver Cut Migrant Shelter Programs Due to Financial Strain

Payam Javan: Democrat mayors in New York City, Chicago, and Denver, who initially declared their cities as sanctuary havens for illegal migrants, are scaling back key shelter programs due to mounting costs and community backlash. These cities, grappling with the financial impact of mass illegal migration, have spent over $1 billion on housing and feeding migrants.

New York City Mayor Eric Adams highlighted the severe impact on city services, declaring budget cuts to accommodate the influx of over 200,000 migrants since spring 2022. Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson also faced financial strain, implementing a 60-day shelter policy for adult migrants and urging federal action on immigration reform. Denver, under Mayor Mike Johnston, announced significant budget cuts and the closure of migrant shelters to manage costs.

Despite their sanctuary status, these cities have had to reverse policies due to overwhelming numbers and financial burdens. Texas continues to bus migrants to these cities, pressing for federal action on border control.

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