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Two shelters for migrant kids aren’t subject to state inspections

A loophole in federal policy allows the “Tent City” at the Tornillo Port of Entry in Texas and a massive shelter in Homestead, Florida, to escape the rigorous, often unannounced child welfare inspections that nearly all other similar shelters are subjected to. CBS News investigative reporter Graham Kates joins CBSN with details.

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