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rising over reports of dirty in overcrowded migrant detention facilities U. S. house Democrats on Tuesday prepared to pass a four point five billion dollar emergency aid package to ease the crisis after encountering pushed back from within their own ranks house democratic caucus chair Akeem Jeffries it's something that we need to address with the fierce urgency of now but house progressive such as Alexandria %HESITATION Castiel Cortez have balked at the Democrats aid plan she fears the administration would divert the money for law enforcement efforts at the border rather than to aid the children , on Tuesday health and Human Services spokesperson says two hundred forty nine migrant children had been transferred from a border facility outside el Paso this after attorneys raise the alarm citing a lack of adequate food clothing or showers with some children sleeping on concrete floors the outrage coincided with the resignation of acting commissioner of customs and border protection John Sanders hoping to quell the revolt over the squalid conditions democratic leaders have added language to the spending bill mandating better health and nutrition standards at the facilities , needs that they have but also the shame that we should have they don't have a person to expression president trump requested extra funding in may to deal with a surge in illegal border crossings the department of health and Human Services which cares for under age migrants is set to run out of funds at the end of the month house Republicans want the house to pass a Senate aide bill in the accused speaker Nancy Pelosi of playing politics by bringing her bill to the floor so close to the deadline why didn't speak a policy bring this bill up weeks ago she has allowed it to come to a head we're we're literally at the midnight hour the agency is literally about to go into a government shut down and they won't have the money to take care of these young kids thank you if they bridge their differences house Democrats will have enough votes to pass the bill but will still need to reach an agreement with the Senate before the bill could land on trump's desk