Michelle Garcia

Columbia Journalism Review

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Texas correspondent for the Columbia Journalism Review, where she writes about Mexico, the border and border violence

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Murrieta is a rural outback in Southern California that's getting its moment of fame by dramatizing both sides of the latest political crisis over immigration.

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