Migrant Apprehensions at Border Fall Slightly in First Post-Title 42 Month150 migrants found on Texas freight train near border. (Kinney County Sheriff's Office) BOB PRICE and RANDY CLARK

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Bob Price and Randy Clark
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Friday, June 2, 2023
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National Issues
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The apprehension of migrants by Border Patrol agents along the southwest border fell by about nine percent in May, according to a CBP source. The slight decline in apprehensions follows the Biden administration’s ending of the Title 42 COVID-19 migrant expulsion program.

Border Patrol agents apprehended more than 165,000 migrants who crossed the southwest border from Mexico between ports of entry, according to an unofficial Border Patrol report reviewed by Breitbart Texas. This is about a nine percent decrease from the more than 182,000 migrants in April. . . .