'Border issues today could be ours tomorrow'
South Dakota lawmakers, activists meet with border patrol officials, country’s newest arrivals
As a Catholic mass begins, a priest asks in Spanish where attendees had come from.
A few hands shoot up.
One family in the front right raises theirs, to applause.
More go up.
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