Op-Eds

EL FINANCIERO: ¿Por qué importan las ideologías de los candidatos estadounidenses a México?

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Para nuestros dos países, que comparten una de las fronteras más largas del mundo, un alto volumen de comercio de cerca de 1.5 millones de dólares al día, y con 22 millones de estadounidenses de origen mexicano que vive en los Estados Unidos (EU), las buenas relaciones diplomáticas son la base fundamental para el éxito de nuestras economías. Al ser un representante de EU en demarcación fronteriza,... Read more »

La Prensa de San Antonio: La frontera y la seguridad nacional

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Esta semana, después de toda la política entre los partidos en el Congreso, mis compañeros en la Cámara de Representantes se reunieron para votar y pasar un proyecto de ley de asignaciones para el Departamento de Seguridad Nacional (DHS, por sus siglas en inglés), evitando el cierre parcial de esta agencia tan importante. Al pasar este proyecto para financiar el DHS, aseguramos que esta agencia si... Read more »

McAllen Monitor: COMMENTARY: DHS funding perk — Amendment to bill will improve border crossing experience

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Posted: Sunday, March 8, 2015 5:00 am U.S. REP. HENRY CUELLAR | GUEST COLUMNIST Last week, after much politicking and debating within the Republican party, 75 of the 245 Republicans in the United States Congress joined the 182 united Democrats to keep the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) from shutting down. The passage of this funding bill, which Democrats had been pushing for weeks, ensures ... Read more »

La Prensa de San Antonio: La frontera y la seguridad nacional

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La frontera y la seguridad nacional Por congresista Henry Cuéllar | 06 de marzo de 2015 San Antonio.- Esta semana, después de toda la política entre los partidos en el Congreso, mis compañeros en la Cámara de Representantes se reunieron para votar y pasar un proyecto de ley de asignaciones para el Departamento de Seguridad Nacional (DHS, por sus siglas en inglés), evitando el cierre parcial de est... Read more »

Laredo Morning Times: We all need access to healthcare

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Everyone needs health insurance because we will all need access to healthcare at some point in our life. Some will require more healthcare services than others, and that is certainly true for much of South Texas, where much of the population suffers from disproportionate rates of heart disease, diabetes and cancer, among other chronic diseases. Despite these facts, the percentage of insured peopl... Read more »

La Presna de San Antonio: Keep America Going with Small Business

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We’ve heard it before; small business is the backbone of America. We are still the midst of a recovery from the worst economy in history since the Great Depression and we now depend more than ever on the creativity and innovation of people from all sectors to help the United States restore its reputation in having the best economy in the world. That can only happen if we help existing small busine... Read more »

Laredo Morning Times: People making legitimate border crossings should be treated with the utmost respect

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Laredo, like many border areas in the United States and Mexico, depends on the movement of people and goods across the border to keep their economies strong and healthy. Thousands of people cross our international bridges to visit with their loved ones, to work, or to shop. Making border crossings more efficient should be one of our priorities. Recently I read a letter in the Laredo Morning Times... Read more »