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Texas razor wire to be taken down after SCOTUS ruling



There’s a standoff between Washington and the U.S. state of Texas over immigration.

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that, for now, the razor wire put up by the state to prevent migrants entering the country can be taken down by federal border patrol agents.

It’s the latest development in an ongoing rift between state and federal lawmakers over immigration control.

Sally Patterson reports from Eagle Pass, on the Texas border.

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