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Afghan evacuee footprint at US military base: Trash, food shortages, and no hotel rooms

By Tori Richards, Investigative Reporter

Is the federal government comparable to a tenant trashing a bed-and-breakfast on the way out?

After five months, the final Afghan refugees at Fort McCoy, an Army base in Monroe County, Wisconsin, are leaving to start new lives throughout the United States. Residents seek a return to normal after the Biden administration housed 12,600 refugees at the base and brought in 1,500 government workers to care for them — almost one-quarter of the entire county’s population…


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