WASHINGTON (AP) — Authorities say migrants were stopped fewer times at the U.S. border with Mexico in July than in June, a second straight monthly decline. Flows were still unusually high, particularly among nationalities less affected by a pandemic-era rule, Title 42, that denies migrants legal rights to seek asylum on grounds of preventing spread of COVID-19. In theory, Title 42 applies to all nationalities.
What is Biden’s infrastructure law promising in New Mexico?
36 Views NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – A key push in Biden’s administration has been an investment in infrastructure across the U.S. Now, more than one year after