NYC waiting for federal government to fund migrant crisis 

(New York, NY) --  New York City is still waiting on financial aid from the federal government as migrants continue arriving. Mayor Adams says fewer buses carrying new arrivals have been coming to New York City since President Biden implemented a decompression strategy.  However, 15-thousand of the more than 21-thousand migrants who have arrived in New York City require long term assistance. The mayor is calling for immigration reform that would allow new arrivals to work immediately, rather than waiting six months. It comes as New York City opened migrant intake tents on Randall's Island, which is reportedly yielding low turnout.