Texas Clogs Ports of Entry as State Forces Attention on Illegal Immigration

A screenshot of the live bridge cam looking into Mexico on the Pharr-Reynosa International Bridge, on April 10, 2022. (Screenshot)

Several ports of entry between Texas and Mexico have suffered major slowdowns in recent days as the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) began inspections as part of Gov. Greg Abbott’s border security plan.

DPS officers have conducted “enhanced commercial vehicle safety inspections” since April 6 at seven ports of entry—Brownsville, Los Indios, Pharr, Laredo, Eagle Pass, Del Rio, and El Paso. Texas has 28 land ports of entry with Mexico.

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