Feds move to replace US border barriers in New Mexico

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Feds move to replace US border barriers in New Mexico

U.S. Border Patrol vehicles drive next to a U.S-Mexico border fence in 2016 in the booming New Mexico town of Santa Teresa. The Trump administration is waiving numerous laws to clear the way for replacing existing vehicle barriers along a stretch of the US-Mexico border in New Mexico. The notice published Monday in the Federal Register says the waiver extends around 20 miles west of the Santa Teresa Port of Entry.
A U.S. Border Patrol vehicle drives next to a U.S-Mexico border fence in 2016 in the booming New Mexico town of Santa Teresa. The Trump administration is waiving numerous laws to clear the way for replacing existing vehicle barriers along a stretch of the US-Mexico border in New Mexico. The notice published Monday in the Federal Register says the waiver extends around 20 miles west of the Santa Teresa Port of Entry.

Feds move to replace US border barriers in New Mexico

U.S. Border Patrol vehicles drive next to a U.S-Mexico border fence in 2016 in the booming New Mexico town of Santa Teresa. The Trump administration is waiving numerous laws to clear the way for replacing existing vehicle barriers along a stretch of the US-Mexico border in New Mexico. The notice published Monday in the Federal Register says the waiver extends around 20 miles west of the Santa Teresa Port of Entry.
A U.S. Border Patrol vehicle drives next to a U.S-Mexico border fence in 2016 in the booming New Mexico town of Santa Teresa. The Trump administration is waiving numerous laws to clear the way for replacing existing vehicle barriers along a stretch of the US-Mexico border in New Mexico. The notice published Monday in the Federal Register says the waiver extends around 20 miles west of the Santa Teresa Port of Entry.
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