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Trademark Logo: Casa and Padre

trademark logo: But behind the sliding doors is a bustling city unto itself, equipped with classrooms, recreation centres and medical examination rooms, according to Toronto Star. Casa Padre now houses more than 1,400 immigrant boys, dozens of them forcibly separated from their parents at the border by a new Trump administration zero-tolerance policy. In place of the supercenter's trademark logo hangs a curious sign Casa Padre. Children can play pool and foosball in a rec room at Casa Padre. Inside, in what used to be a McDonald's, shelter employees served scores of mostly teenage boys chicken, vegetables and plastic fruit cups. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services On Wednesday, for the first time since that policy was announced, and amid intense national interest after a U.S. senator was turned away, federal authorities allowed a small group of reporters to tour the secretive shelter, the largest of its kind in the nation. ( As reported in the news.