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Trump taking $ from "Ryan White HIV/AIDS" to pay for refuge kids at border

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The Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) is already diverting funds from the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program to cover a budget shortfall caused by the separation policy.

ORR is projecting that it will need as many as 25,400 beds for minor children by the end of the current year. That would result in a $585 million deficit by the end of September, when the government’s fiscal year ends, and a nearly $2 billion shortfall by the end of next year.

The reason why ORR can grab money from the Ryan White Program is that the agency is part of Health and Human Services. ORR is also looking to take money from refugee settlement programs, including medical assistance and help for torture victims. ORR is headed by Scott Lloyd, an anti-abortion activist who also has a track record of homophobia.

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2018/07/trumps-office-of-refugee-resettlement-is-budgeting-for-a-surge-in-child-separations.html
Created: July 11, 2018
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4 months ago
No egregious act this administration commits surprises me anymore.
reply to: No egregious act this administration commits surprises me anymore.
4 months ago
and that is frightening--

we're all becoming desensitized to the outrageousness of the Trump Administration's shenanigans.
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reply to: and that is frightening-- we're all becoming desensitized to the outrageousness of the Trump Administration's shenanigans.
4 months ago
That is absolutely frightening. We are bombarded on a daily basis with the crap from The Swamp and the fact that no one does anything to stop it. We feel that we are powerless to change anything ourselves and, after banging our heads against the wall and getting nowhere, we give up. And this is how we lose our freedoms.