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‘We’re Not Crying Wolf Down Here:’ Texas Rancher on Border Crisis

The Nation Speaks
Uvalde, Texas, a city of less than 27,000 residents, sits about 60 miles from the Mexican border. Since the start of the year, they’ve been dealing with a huge influx of illegal migrants coming through. The ones they see mostly are military-age men on the run from border patrol, says Mayor Don Mclaughlin. They’re looking for food, shelter, and transportation out—anyway they can get it. Break-ins, high speed car chases, and school lockdowns have become commonplace. Longtime rancher, John Sewell, says it’s affecting all aspects of life for people in the community, and most stressful of all, he sees no end in sight.
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