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What impact could ending Title 42 have on border cities?

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With Title 42 ending in a matter of hours, several border cities have declared states of emergencies as they prepare for a influx of migrants crossing the border. NBC News’ Julia Ainsley reports from El Paso, Texas, on how communities along the southern border are preparing and what additional resources the federal government is offering ahead of a possible increase of migrants.