Border Residents Don’t Want National Guard Or The Wall

People living in the United States but near the border with Mexico feel like they’ve had enough.

“Our community is already heavily militarized,” said Bekah Hinojosa from Brownsville, Texas. “Cameras line the international bridges, we are surrounded by border checkpoints, border patrol helicopters can be seen in the sky, and agents patrol every highway. We reject this latest move by Trump and Governor Abbott to deploy National Guard personnel and further militarize our home.” read more

Clinton Calls Supreme Court Abortion Ruling a Victory But Warns The Fight Is Far From Over

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Secretary Hillary Clinton called SCOTUS' Texas decision a victory for women across America but pointed out that the fight is far from over, "In Texas and across the country, a woman’s constitutional right to make her own health decisions is under attack. In the first three months of 2016, states introduced more than 400 measures restricting access to abortion."