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  Cornyn/Cuellar: Texas Must Take Urgent Action on Migrant Children Crisis
WASHINGTON, D.C., July 17 - It is no secret that we come from different political parties and differ on many issues.
  Acevedo: Coming to America
CHIMAYO, New Mexico, July 7 - While I was driving through the mountain passes and valleys of northern New Mexico last week when a tune begin to play on my satellite radio.
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    Cass: Undocumented parents, children, are the face of Christ today
McALLEN, July 3 - When I heard stories of great famines occurring in Africa I would think to myself, “How close does a starving child have to be for local people to show concern?
    Nicol: Suffer the Children
McALLEN, July 2 - We are confronted with a refugee crisis, as thousands of children, mostly from Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala, run for their lives, coming to the United States in the hope of finding safe haven.
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    Cox: Border Patrol agents are unsung heroes of immigration crisis
WASHINGTON, D.C., July 2 - The wave of unaccompanied children from Central America flooding the U.S. border is a regrettable situation that is taxing many federal government agencies - none more severely than the U.S. Border Patrol.
    Guadarrama: Recovering Bodies, Unraveling Dark Secrets: Remains of Unknown Migrants Excavated From a Falfurrias Cemetery
HARLINGEN, March 25 - The Diocese of Brownsville is selling KMBH-TV, the Rio Grande Valley’s PBS station, for $8.5 million, plus $500,000 for production services.
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  Cornyn/Cuellar: Texas Must Take Urgent Action on Migrant Children Crisis
WASHINGTON, D.C., July 17 - It is no secret that we come from different political parties and differ on many issues.
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  Acevedo: Coming to America
CHIMAYO, New Mexico, July 7 - While I was driving through the mountain passes and valleys of northern New Mexico last week when a tune begin to play on my satellite radio.
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  Cass: Undocumented parents, children, are the face of Christ today
McALLEN, July 3 - When I heard stories of great famines occurring in Africa I would think to myself, “How close does a starving child have to be for local people to show concern?
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  Nicol: Suffer the Children
McALLEN, July 2 - We are confronted with a refugee crisis, as thousands of children, mostly from Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala, run for their lives, coming to the United States in the hope of finding safe haven.
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  Cox: Border Patrol agents are unsung heroes of immigration crisis
WASHINGTON, D.C., July 2 - The wave of unaccompanied children from Central America flooding the U.S. border is a regrettable situation that is taxing many federal government agencies - none more severely than the U.S. Border Patrol.
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  Guadarrama: Recovering Bodies, Unraveling Dark Secrets: Remains of Unknown Migrants Excavated From a Falfurrias Cemetery
FALFURRIAS, June 24 - When students from Baylor University and the University of Indianapolis took on the task of exhuming bodies from Sacred Heart Cemetery for the purpose of lab-testing the remains and identifying and reuniting them with their loved ones, the lessons they learned were far beyond the science of forensic anthropology that they had expected. Actually, they expected the unexpected.
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  Hinojosa: Valley is experiencing a humanitarian crisis
McALLEN, June 22 - In the past few weeks, the Rio Grande Valley has experienced a humanitarian crisis as a surge of children and families crossing over from Central America have overwhelmed our communities.
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  Raudel Garza: A Father’s Day tribute to my Dad
HARLINGEN, June 15 - My Dad, Basilio, was born in a small rural community in Nuevo Leon, close to Monterrey. He was born a twin. His brother, Silvestre, my uncle, lives in Pharr.
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  Hinojosa: A Father's Day Letter to my Daughter
McALLEN, June 15 - At its recent state convention in Fort Worth, the Texas Republican Party adopted a platform that includes mental health treatment, known as "reparative therapy," for gays and lesbians.
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  Lucio: Keep Texas children fit, focused, and fed this summer
BROWNSVILLE, June 6 - For many young Texans, the summer break from school is a time of relaxation and frivolity.
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  Mounce: Ukraine and Latin America: Goose and Gander?
EDINBURG, May 18 - Ukraine and Latin America? Any connections? Come on! Any faithful reader by now knows I can squeeze out a reference to Mexico or the rest of Latin America from most news stories.
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  López: Mujeres in Texas History
SAN ANTONIO, May 12 - Mother’s Day was first officially celebrated in the U.S. in 1914. Mothers are remembered for their important role as diligent homemakers on this special day of the year.
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  Hinojosa: Investing in Texas’ transportation system is an economic and social imperative
AUSTIN, May 8 - By now, it's no secret - Texas roads and highways need fixing.
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  Cuellar: Stopping the flow of drugs internationally
WASHINGTON, D.C., May 4 - I recently joined Appropriations Committee Chairman Hal Rogers, R-Ky., and other members of the Appropriations Committee to meet with Colombian and Mexican officials to discuss joint efforts to combat the spread of illegal narcotics.
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  García: What you always wanted to ask a Hispanic but were afraid to
EDINBURG, April 27 – Ever wondered why some Hispanics are sometimes apprehensive toward other cultures?
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  Acevedo: Retirement Challenges to the Aging Hispanic Community
BOULDER, Colo., April 5 - In a previous Guardian column, I referred to an observation by Dr. Jacqueline L. Angel, a professor of public affairs and sociology at the LBJ School of Public Affairs, who commented that, “life is much different for Hispanic families than it was at the beginning of the 20th century, and that change forges a basic question: Who will care for elderly parents?”
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  Pearce/O'Rourke: It is possible to end immigration gridlock
WASHINGTON, D.C., March 30 - In the border towns from Hachita, N.M., to El Paso, Texas, the news about immigration reform hasn’t changed much.
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  Mounce: Forget Cuba Libre, How About U.S. Libre?
EDINBURG, March 30 - A Cuba Libre or a “Free Cuba” is my favorite drink. It is a mixture of capitalist Coca-Cola and Cuban rum and lime.
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  Perryman: Economic Development Sales Tax Turns 25
WACO, March 26 - The Texas Legislature made a very smart move 25 years ago: providing a mechanism to fund local economic development efforts.
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  Mounce: Don’t Cry for Me, Venezuela
EDINBURG, March 22 - No, don’t cry for me, Venezuela. I cry for you. We cry for you or any sister Republic in the Americas experiencing such anguish.
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  Perryman: Texas on Top (Again)
WACO, March 20 - Texas has (once again) won Site Selection magazine’s Governor’s Cup, meaning that the Lone Star State had more corporate location/expansion projects in 2013 than any other state.
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  García: White House ceremony will illuminate Hispanics' gallantry in action
EDINBURG, March 16 - This March 18, 2014 at a ceremony at the White House, President Barack Obama will officially award the Medal of Honor to an additional 17 Hispanics whose actions in defense of this country were forgotten and now recently recognized by the United States of America.
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  Acevedo: The Challenges of an Aging Hispanic Community
WACO, February 27 - Grouch Marx once remarked that, “Age is not a particularly interesting subject. Anyone can get old. All you have to do is live long enough.”
   
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Cornyn/Cuellar: Texas Must Take Urgent Action on Migrant Children Crisis

Acevedo: Coming to America

Cass: Undocumented parents, children, are the face of Christ today

Nicol: Suffer the Children

Cox: Border Patrol agents are unsung heroes of immigration crisis

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