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Life on the US-Mexico border is chaotic. An immigration scholar explains why − and it’s not for the reasons that some GOP lawmakers claim

By William McCorkle, Assistant Professor of Education, College of Charleston
When a COVID-19-era policy was set to expire in May 2023, Republican officials predicted that the US-Mexico border would be overrun with migrants. That didn’t happen.The Conversation

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