More than 100 migrant children have reportedly been moved back to a Border Patrol station in Clint, Texas, which independent monitors have described as having "unconscionable" living conditions, after they were moved into the care of the Health and Human Services Department. Clara Long, a senior researcher for Human Rights Watch, said the children at the Clint facility did not have access to soap to wash their hands and were only allowed to shower infrequently, if at all, during multiple weeks of detainment. Customs and Border Protection denied the allegations about the lack of soap and water, and said they have always been transparent about asking Congress for the proper funding to resolve the situation at the border.

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