On Saturday, mothers at the shelter housing hundreds of children removed by authorities from the polygamous FLDS compound in Texas wrote the governor complaining about their accomodations. So far the governor's office has not commented, but the children now have another new home.
We just watched 19 buses drive from the old shelter in San Angelo, Texas to the city's coliseum. After 11 days in custody, the mothers and the children will probably, at the least, appreciate the change of scenery.
The state won't comment yet on exactly why the move was ordered.
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