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Rural Towns Suffer as Border Crossings Tighten

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Rural Towns Suffer as Border Crossings Tighten

Rural Towns Suffer as Border Crossings Tighten

Rural Towns Suffer as Border Crossings Tighten

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Attention to border security has increased dramatically since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. A crackdown along the Texas border has closed illegal crossing points, making life hard for two towns on opposite sides of the Rio Grande. NPR's Jennifer Ludden reports from Lajitas, Texas.

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