Chicago hits new milestone with welcoming over 1K migrants to the city
CHICAGO - Chicago hit a new milestone when it comes to migrants being sent up from Texas.
More than 1,000 people have been welcomed here — 1,061 to be specific.
All of the migrants were bussed up from the border by the Texas governor.
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The city of Chicago says, "We have a duty to provide shelter, food and medical care for each individual and family."
A lot of the migrants have come from Venezuela, walking through multiple countries to get to the United States.
The city expects more arrivals.