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Murphy requests 32-hour notice before buses drop migrants off in NJ

The governor sent a letter to more than 20 companies. He said more than 1,800 migrants from the southern border have been dropped off in New Jersey since Dec. 31.

News 12 Staff

Jan 9, 2024, 1:54 AM

Updated 162 days ago

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Gov. Phil Murphy is asking charter bus companies to give New Jersey 32 hours of notice before bringing migrants to the state.
The governor sent a letter to more than 20 companies. He said more than 1,800 migrants from the southern border have been dropped off in New Jersey since Dec. 31.
Murphy says the move has allowed bus companies to work around an executive order from New York City Mayor Eric Adams limiting where and when buses can drop off migrants in his city.


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