Residents of El Paso and Juarez know immigration policy intimately. To them, it's not about how to vote in an election. It's about their own lives, and that of their colleagues, neighbors and family. These are the stories of three El Pasoans dedicated, in their own way, to tackling a problem with a long, complicated history.
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Immigration reform will be a central issue in the 2020 general election. But while the rest of the country debates the issue, El Paso lives it.
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