El Paso leaders assert easing bridge traffic trumps border security
from El Paso Times
"The border is secure; let's move on." That's the message about 100 border residents, including several elected leaders from El Paso, delivered to lawmakers in Washington, D.C. "We asked them to start focusing resources where they really need to go, such as toward improving the ports of entry so we can reduce the wait times at the crossings," El Paso County Judge Veronica Escobar said during a telephone interview from Washington.
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