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New Mexico city divided over sheltering immigrants

  • Aired: 07/16/2014
  • 08:55
  • Rating: NR
Artesia, New Mexico, is home to ranches and farmland, as well as a federal law enforcement facility that is now housing nearly 700 Central American mothers and children under the age of 17 -- most of whom will be sent home, say officials. Special correspondent Kathleen McCleery reports on how the national debate on immigration policy is playing out among residents of one city.
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