Manuel Ruiz

Santa Cruz County Supervisor, Arizona

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County Supervisor in Santa Cruz County, his district in Southern Arizona includes Nogales, on the US-Mexico border

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As Congress returns from its August recess, a  CNN poll  finds that 76 percent of Americans are angry about the way the country's being run.

Congress Dragging Its Feet on Immigration Reform

As Congress returns from its August recess, a CNN poll finds that 76 percent of Americans are angry about the way the country's being run.

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