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A group of migrants from Venezuela who were flown to Martha’s Vineyard last week by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis are now suing him and other state officials, alleging they were misled into boarding flights through false promises. NBC’s Emilie Ikeda reports for TODAY.

Mom who helped immigrants in Martha's Vineyard says she followed her faith