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Unpacking the U.S. refugee price tag

The U.S. has promised to resettle more refugees next year, increasing the cap on refugees for fiscal 2016 and 2017, when the limit will hit 100,000. That includes the 10,000 Syrian refugees the White House has already said the U.S. will take in. Of course, money has to be allocated for refugee resettlement — a process that starts even before a refugee sets foot in the U.S., with a medical check-up. more info: #FullNewsAudioAvailable


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