Resources in Denver are running low, as the city deals with an overwhelming number of asylum-seekers in need of shelter and assistance. In the last 14 months, more than 38,000 migrants arrived in Denver. While city leaders urge Congress to allocate more funding towards immigration, community members are stepping in to fill the gap. Correspondent Jessica Gomez travels to Denver to meet with the city’s mayor and a motel owner who has opened her doors to hundreds of migrants.

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