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New York City officials have initiated a program to distribute prepaid debit cards to illegal immigrant families in the city, allowing them to purchase food […]

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Photo: NEW YORK, NEW YORK - JANUARY 24: People, mostly newly arrived migrants, receive an afternoon meal from Trinity Services and Food For the Homeless, across from Tompkins Square Park on January 24, 2024 in New York City. The church, which has handed out meals five days a week for the past 40 years, has seen a surge in clients after thousands of migrants began arriving into New York City from Texas last summer. The church sits next to a school which has become a processing center for migrants as the city tries to find them temporary housing and meet other needs. According to New York City Mayor Eric Adams' administration, 172,400 people have come through their intake system since the spring of 2022. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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