Texas DPS Warns Against Spring Break Travel to Mexico

Update, 4:20 p.m.: Mexico’s ambassador to the U.S. this afternoon issued a statement condemning the Texas Department of Public Safety’s travel alert.

“Mexico strongly disagrees with the assessment made by Texan officials regarding travel to Mexico in general,”  said Ambassador Arturo Sarukhan. “As their number one trading partner and largest export market, Mexico believes Texas should be able to more objectively evaluate facts, providing nuance and context, and in doing so, dispel the notion that their motivation is a clear-cut political agenda.”

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