Many along the United States-Mexico border feel the Federal Government has ignored their concerns when drafting immigration and border security legislation. With the United States Presidential General Election a few weeks away, they plan to make their voice heard when casting their vote for the next President. Marco Grajeda, news director of NPR's KRWG, describes the impact tighter border security and toughened immigration efforts are having on border communities.
Marco Grajeda is the news director of KRWG, an NPR station that covers southern New Mexico and west Texas.
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