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State lawmakers meet in Weslaco for crash course on Valley, border issues

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WESLACO — Nearly 20 state representatives gaveled into a joint hearing here Tuesday to learn about the Rio Grande Valley, its international ports of entry and what they, as state legislators, could do to help.

Lawmakers learned about staffing issues at international bridges between Texas and Mexico, inspection problems at those same bridges and the hourly importance of local, state and federal cooperation at the ports.

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