During the last legislative session, a bill similar to Arizona’s controversial “Show Me Your Papers Law” failed to pass. That idea is now being considered again.

Members of the Senate Subcommittee on Veterans Affairs- Military Installations and Border Security were able to agree on one thing when they met Thursday: local law enforcement officers across Texas are in a pitch battle with drug runners and human smugglers. Identifying suspects, like those who are regularly chased in Brooks County, isn’t difficult.

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