Murrieta, Calif., has seen recent skirmishes between immigrant advocates and xenophobic residents who oppose migrants being processed at a nearby federal facility. But once undocumented immigrants arrive, who's charged with providing basic services?

Over at Fusion, Jorge Rivas reports that local organizations are carrying the costs of supplying resources to the newly arrived in the form of food and housing:

The irony of Murrieta is that it was immigrant groups themselves, and not the government, that are asked to bear the burden and do most of the heavy lifting when it came to providing humanitarian assistance in Murrieta.

Check out Rivas's full report over at Fusion