The federal government has the responsibility for handling immigration issues and immigrants enter our country under federal laws and regulations. As such, part of a responsible action by the federal government in responding to a worldwide crisis that produces refugees needing resettlement is finding a suitable response for our country to make without adversely affecting our internal functioning. However, the federal process as it currently exists does not sufficiently consider the local effects of resettlement. See here for further details: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Refugee_Admissions_Program_(USRAP). Given these issues, any change in the resettlement process should provide for greater local involvement in the process, but the federal vs. states' rights issues established under the Constitution must be handled carefully. Simply handing power to the governors of the states is not the way to address this very complex issue. It requires a more complex and nationally focused consideration and exploration of the problems and issues.