Actually, there is: fund the system. Republicans keep slashing funding for things like immigration and health care and schools, then, when they start to fail, Republicans scream how the system does not work so we need to privatize everything. Privatization does not work. Fund these things and they will work.
Why is it on the taxpayer to fund people breaking the law?
You can worry about that when you become a tax-payer.
They have a status, but are not legal per se. They are not LAPRs (Lawfully Admitted for Permanent Residence). They are paroled in pending the outcome of their case.
They still need to kept within their jurisdictions WRT state sponsored transport. If FL or TX have intentions to relocate them back for their respective hearings —they do not as those states lack the organizational skills/capabilities to do so— this is not an issue. But that is plainly not the case, so it is.
Yes. They were. They were lied to, promised things that were never delivered, and moved from one location to the next for the purposes of those moving them,.
And this brings another problem. What exactly is the endgame for TX & FL here? There is not an obvious one, and in their respective cases, this means there is not one at all.