New numbers released Tuesday by the State Department show that the US is slowly increasing the number of Syrian refugees it's admitting. But the overall numbers are still low, which is a concern for advocates who fear that the Obama administration may miss its own goal.
So far, the people who actually do the work of helping refugees adjust to life once they get here have managed to stay out of the limelight. But, as the presidential campaign wears on, there are troubling signs that could be starting to change.
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