Chad Foster

Mayor, Eagle Pass

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Mayor of Eagle Pass, on the West Texas border with Mexico, and Chairman of the Texas Border Coalition, a collective voice of border mayors, county judges, and communities on issues that affect the Texas-Mexico border region

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Late last week, Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff  waived more than 30 environmental laws  to complete the fence on the Mexican border before the end of this year.

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