Listen: 250 kids allegedly face inhumane conditions at Texas border facility
"There are concerns from some doctors and civil rights attorneys, they say hundreds of children are living in inhumane conditions at the Texas border control station. CBS's Maya Valerie, Al tells us there are concerned some of the kids have been locked up for weeks without adequate food, water or sanitation current rules. Children should only be held in border patrol for seventy two hours before being transferred to health and human services, which actually house migrant facilities. But, you know, we spoke with immigration attorneys and advocates as well. They are telling us right now. They are holding these children for longer, but they are moving them to different detention facilities. So they stay within the parameters of the Flora's guideline. There was a candlelight vigil last night in east Harlem, New York at a child care facility where more than two hundred children were sent last year after being separated from family members at the southern border, some demonstrators called for ice to be"