BREAKING NEWS – Boston, Massachusetts – Massachusetts towns are facing a “reality check” straining to provide for crowds of migrants seeking shelter in the state, according to the New York Times.
A report from the Times Sunday detailed how the small town of Woburn, Massachusetts, and other areas in the state have been struggling to meet the demand of the migrant crisis amid the state’s “right-to-shelter law.”
Governor Maura Healey is now threaten to jail any homeowner that refuses to let up to six migrants into their home.
“I’m not limiting my wrath to people that won’t open their front doors, or pretend that their not home when a family knocks repeatedly, requesting to let them in,” Healey angrily said at a press conference. “I’m also including the ones that have been let in, and the owners denies them a set of car keys, and pin numbers to ATM their at banks!”