Davis Says She'll Discuss Border Security With Locals

EL PASO — Gubernatorial candidate and Fort Worth Sen. Wendy Davis said Thursday that state leaders can keep border security a priority while not alienating those communities if local officials are part of the conversation.

Davis, D-Fort Worth, began a two-day border tour at El Paso Community College’s Transmountain campus, where she added that allowing undocumented immigrants to obtain driver's licenses is a public-safety issue, and advocated for updating a study on the economic impact of undocumented immigration in Texas.

Flanked by El Paso Democratic state Sen. José Rodríguez, who has been an outspoken critic of what he ...

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