On the Border, Cruz Talks Obamacare, Immigration, Syria

FORT BLISS — U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz on Thursday continued his campaign against the White House’s health care plan during a tour of this El Paso army base, finding an ally in the president of the city's 1,700-member chamber of commerce.

On immigration, however, El Paso's business community is at odds with Texas' junior senator, said Richard Dayoub, the president and CEO of the El Paso Greater Chamber of Commerce.

Cruz's Fort Bliss visit, where he held roundtable discussions with business leaders, capped off a short border visit. He traveled to the Rio Grande Valley ...

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