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Letter: Private enterprise must not be usurped by ‘dubious’ policy

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A recent Associated Press article in the RDR stated that the The Glorieta Camps near Santa Fe was asked by the Biden administration to house and feed potentially 2,400 unaccompanied children. The private Christian camp’s executive assistant stated the camp could handle that for up to 60 days. Beyond that, they would have had to cancel its summer programs.

That’s right, cancel programs intended for taxpaying legal U.S. citizens. Also consider the health risks associated with housing up to 2,400 people in the camp’s bunk-bed style dorm rooms, which would then have to be turned around quickly for paying customers? A TV newscast indicated that this was probably not going to happen, but still, concerns of federal usurpation of the resources of private enterprises, for the purpose of dubious immigration policy, remain.

Steven Young
Roswell

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