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Amid national outrage over reports of squalid conditions at facilities where migrant children are held, the Border Patrol allowed reporters into its largest holding area. Follow along with reporter @mollyhf:  http://ow.ly/HUqi30p1Kuv 

When Brandon Judd, president of the union that represents Border Patrol agents, visited the McAllen facility last month, he was troubled to see agents assigned to medically screen and babysit migrant infants.  http://ow.ly/HUqi30p1Kuv 

More than 1,900 migrants are held at the former warehouse, built for 1,500. This includes more than 400 children being held without their parents.  http://ow.ly/HUqi30p1Kuv 

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