Today we’re taking a detailed look at how news outlets have covered the relocation of migrants by Southern states to Northern cities. In New York, mayor Eric Adams announced the city’s homeless shelter system was “at its breaking point.”, while in Illinois, Governor Pritzker issued a disaster proclamation over the influx of bused migrants. Additionally, we examine Split Headlines covering the news that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis sent two planes of migrants to Martha’s vineyard.
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September 20th 2022
Today we’re taking a detailed look at how news outlets have covered the relocation of migrants by Southern states to Northern cities.

In New York, mayor Eric Adams announced the city’s homeless shelter system was “at its breaking point.”, while in Illinois, Governor Pritzker issued a disaster proclamation over the influx of bused migrants.

Finally, we examine Split Headlines covering the news that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis sent two planes of migrants to Martha’s vineyard.
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