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Agents, humanitarian groups and the Biden administration are bracing for a wave of new migrants as a result of the impending end of Title 42. NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez reports in this week’s Sunday Focus.

Appeals court declines to block end of Trump-era rule known as Title 42 that expelled migrants at U.S. border