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Mexican, U.S. mayors blast border fence

Mayors from Mexican and U.S. border cities Friday denounced U.S. plans to build a border fence aimed at preventing Mexicans from illegally entering the United States. The mayors of Eagle Pass, Texas, and Ciudad Acuna and Piedras Negras, both in the Mexican state of Coahuila, signed a document declaring the U.S.-Mexico border an area for union and solidarity — not division. “From El Paso to Brownsville, Texas, we’re against building the wall. … That’s why we’re here today to support our neighbors,” Eagle Pass Mayor Chad Foster said. Full Story

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