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Warner satisfied with separated children in Virginia, concerned for others
Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) was pleased after visiting a facility in Bristow, Va. contracted to care for separated migrant children on June 27. However, the senator remained concerned for other children currently separated from families.
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