Los Angeles Funds Millions To Help Separated Migrant Families.

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The city of Los Angeles has approved using $10 million to help families separated at the U.S. border. 

The L.A. Justice Fund  originally used to provide legal help those who face deportation. Now it will provide legal help to the separated migrant children and their parents that are currently detained in the Los Angeles area. 

 

Mayor Eric Garcetti said: "No child should endure the trauma of being separated from their parents or the terror of not knowing if they will ever see their families again." 

There are  more than 100 children who were separated from their families in the greater Los Angeles area.

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