(AP) -- California Governor Jerry Brown is home, after a three-day trade mission to Mexico. After meeting with Central American leaders, the Governor says he'll work with the federal government to find a long-term solution to the immigration crisis.
Brown said Wednesday that California is willing to shelter more migrant children if needed.
The governor says his trip to Mexico focused on improving California's relationship with its southern neighbor. Brown signed several non-binding agreements with Mexico on trade, education, environmental cooperation and labor.
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