U.S. homelessness haunts migrant families separated by Trump, reunited by Biden

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By Kristina Cooke, Mica Rosenberg and Ted Hesson LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Maria Hernandez spent countless hours in Honduras imagining a stable life in Los Angeles reunited with the two young daughters U.S immigration agents took from her at the border in 2017. Instead, she and the children are living in a windowless homeless shelter a two-hour bus ride from the girls’ schools, after a government program brought her to the United States earlier this year. U.S. President Joe Biden, a Democrat, came into office in January 2021 pledging to help families like Hernandez’s that were broken up at the U…

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