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Business on the Texas-Mexico border

Border Life: The 'Cowboy Priest' takes a stand to protect chapel from wall

by Andy Uhler Mar 18, 2019
Roy Snipes and the local Catholic diocese are fighting new sections of border wall to protect a tiny, white chapel known as La Lomita.
Father Roy Snipes, known locally as the Cowboy Priest, after celebrating mass on Feb. 1. He says a wall would infringe on freedom of religion at La Lomita because planned border barriers would put the chapel just south of a border wall and require a gate for people to access it.
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Government shutdown 2019

Trump says he’s declaring emergency to build border wall

by Associated Press Feb 15, 2019
President Donald Trump announced Friday that he will declare a national emergency to fulfill his pledge to construct a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
President Donald Trump, repeating his claim that 'walls work,' announced that he will declare a national emergency in order to build a barrier on the US-Mexico border without funding from Congress.
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Business on the Texas-Mexico border

Border life: Butterflies vs. walls along the Rio Grande

by Andy Uhler Feb 5, 2019
A planned expansion of a border wall threatens a critical habitat in South Texas.
The three southern-most counties of Texas are home to more than 300 butterfly species. The National Butterfly Center in Mission, TX is holding out hope that a border wall won't be built on its property.
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Business on the Texas-Mexico border

Border life: They're fighting a wall that would divide their land

by Andy Uhler Feb 4, 2019
Fred Cavazos and Rey Anzaldua say a planned expansion of a South Texas wall would hurt their livelihood and is disruptive to their family history.
Rey Anzaldua, 73, sits in his cousin Fred’s dining room on Thursday, Jan. 31 2019, mulling over documents the federal government has sent the family seeking permission to build a wall on their land. He says the family will never sign over the rights and the government will have to take the land through eminent domain if a wall is going to be built on their property.
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Business on the Texas-Mexico border

Border life: A rancher's economic argument for a wall

by Andy Uhler Jan 31, 2019
“For us it’s more from an agriculture point of view. It’s not about politics.”
Rancher Richard Guerra stands in a hallway in his McAllen, Texas home on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019.  Guerra supports a border wall as a way to help prevent fever tick-carrying animals from crossing into Texas from Mexico.
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Business on the Texas-Mexico border

Border life: The outlet mall in Laredo

by Andy Uhler Jan 29, 2019
Here on the Texas-Mexico border, most people don’t think about the boundary as much more than an inconvenient passport check.
People driving across the border from Nuevo Laredo, Mexico are greeted by a massive outlet mall, Outlet Shoppes at Laredo in Laredo, Texas, that sells everything from sneakers and T-shirts to kitchenware and iPhones, shown here on Monday, Jan. 28, 2019.
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Government shutdown 2019

What should federal workers do about money during the shutdown?

by Jana Kasperkevic Jan 14, 2019
We asked the experts.
Protesters hold signs during a protest rally by government workers and concerned citizens against the government shutdown on Friday, Jan. 11, 2019 at Post Office Square near the Federal building, headquarters for the EPA and IRS in Boston. The rally was organized by The American Federation of Government Employees. New England has 516 EPA employees that is now down to a staff of 22.
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Government shutdown 2019

Why the Chamber of Commerce is making a case for bipartisanship

by Kai Ryssdal and Sean McHenry Jan 14, 2019
The Chamber of Commerce wants lawmakers to end the shutdown. And to do it, they'll need to reach across the aisle.
The U.S. Capitol is seen at dusk, Jan. 21, 2018 in Washington, DC.
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Government shutdown 2019

House Democrats have plan to fund government, but not a wall

by Associated Press Jan 1, 2019
Democrats in the House are aiming to pass two bills this Thursday that would fund government agencies and put hundreds of thousands of federal workers back on the job.
The U.S. Capitol is shown during a partial shutdown of the federal government on Monday in Washington, D.C. 
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Government shutdown 2019

Christmas stalemate in Washington over border wall, shutdown

by Associated Press Dec 25, 2018
Christmas marked the fourth day of the partial U.S. government shutdown with no end in sight.
The White House is shown during a partial shutdown of the federal government on Dec. 24, 2018 in Washington, DC. The partial shutdown will continue for at least a few more days as lawmakers head home for the holidays.
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