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A look at the U.S. immigration detention system

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement housed about 33,345 people per night in July at facilities across the country. Most are owned by local and state governments. A look at the amounts paid per night for each immigrant at some of those facilities, according to public records:

Orange County, N.Y. — $133.93

Monmouth County, N.J. — $105

Central Falls, R.I. — $101.76

Los Angeles County — $100.09

Otero County, N.M. — $96.99

Glendale, Calif. — $85

Pike County, Penn. — $81.50

Willacy County, Texas — $78

Henderson County, N.C. — $71.96

Eloy, Ariz. — $64.47

Farmville, Va. — $62.83

Stewart County, Ga. — $60.50

Pinal County, Ariz. — $59.64

Haskell County, Texas — $57.67

Imperial County, Calif. — $55.78

Perry County, Ala. — $45

Cobb County, Ga. — $42.58