Florida lawmakers passed a bill that would allow Gov. Ron DeSantis to relocate migrants not just from Florida — but from any state in the country.
The legislation is meant to cut off a legal challenge to the governor’s migrant relocation program, which began last year when DeSantis used taxpayer dollars to fly a group of South American migrants from Texas to the liberal enclave resort island of Martha’s Vineyard.
The trip drew legal questions because the administration paid for the flight using money intended to remove migrants who were located in Florida, not migrants who were in any other state.
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