Migrants Can't Afford Their Rent

By Bo Beard | April 25, 2024

$65 million

Reports indicate that migrants in the sanctuary cities of Denver and Chicago, governed by Democrats, are facing challenges in maintaining housing stability despite initiatives aimed at preventing widespread homelessness.
 

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Denver, in particular, has seen a significant increase in migrants per capita compared to other cities in the country, with approximately $68 million spent on accommodating new arrivals in April.

Over 40,908

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Over 40,908 migrants have arrived in the city in a little over a year, with 831 housed as of April 11.