Border crisis worsens as Mexico dries out south Texas farmers

Border crisis worsens as Mexico dries out south Texas farmers


(The Center Square) – The border crisis continues to worsen as the Mexican government dries out south Texas farmers, those in Texas’ Rio Grande Valley argue. The situation has become so dire that state Democratic lawmakers have called on the Biden administration and Gov. Greg Abbott to take immediate action.

Democratic members of Congress also have called on the Biden administration to enforce a 1944-era water treaty to no avail.

Mexico is not upholding its end of a 1944 Treaty of Utilization of Waters, the lawmakers argue. The treaty governs water usage between the U.S. and Mexico including from two international reservoirs: Lake Amistad and Falcon Lake in Texas along the international border. Mexico has historically released water storage from Lake Amistad to Mexican growers,

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