Texas lawmakers hear about border trade's economic impact
Poncho Nevarez, second from right, of the International Trade & Intergovernmental Affairs Committee of the Texas Legislature spoke at a special hearing in city council chambers in El Paso Friday.
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#1 Mar 23, 2013
Dont tell the rest of texas our secrets, they are just trying to pull out of the W depression. texas can kiss our az z . We are tired of carry the state of texas on our backs these last 12 years we need to secede from texas....Let the racist fend for themselves and pull themselves up by their bootstraps.
#2 Mar 25, 2013
El paso is the greatest border drug corridor,
Shock. Shock. Shock
And the tornilo drug thug port lies dormant.....
What a boondoggle!
Like the BRIDGE TO NO WHERE!!!
Ha ha ha ha ha
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