South Texas residents are concerned over a local Walmart transforming into yet another shelter for illegal immigrants.
shuttered retail building situated in Brownsville will re-open in March to house an undisclosed number of illegal immigrants
under the age of 17, claimed a representative for the non-profit group Southwest Key Programs.
The group contends
the shelter is necessary to house the immigrant influx entering the US illegally via Mexico from Central American nations,
according to KRGV News.
The facility is reportedly the 4th of its kind in Brownsville and the 7th shelter to be built in Cameron County.
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