“Our work is best done when allies across all sectors of society continue to be active partners and help us to provide the public with the level of safety they expect from their government.” – El Paso County Sheriff Richard Wiles, San Antonio Police Chief William McManus, Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez, McAllen Police Chief Victor Rodriguez , United ISD Police Department Chief Ray Garner, Bexar County Sheriff Amadeo Ortiz, Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo. Read the entire statement here.
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We are a 20 year old organization that fights for human rights. We recently held our fifth #HugsNotWalls event, where almost 400 families were reunited at the middle of the Rio Grand. Please help contribute to the advancement of Human Rights and the reunification of families. Your contribution is very much appreciated, help us reach the goal of $50,000, we are close with over 25,000 already being donated by people like you.
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Create a program that allows all city residents to apply for a City ID Card
A City ID card would help keep El Paso as the safest city in the country by ensuring that all residents are well integrated into city government and public safety departments, the local economy and other aspects of city life.Sign Petition