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Thu May 13, 2021, 03:42 AM

McMullen County concerned about rights, border; declares local state of disaster

The McMullen County Commissioners Court recently adopted two resolutions and aimed at reaffirming the Constitution and Bill of Rights and also issued a declaration of a local state of disaster “precipitated by illegal aliens, human smuggling and requesting aid from the governor’s office.”

The resolutions and declarations were approved by the commissioners court during a meeting on April 27.

“There’s a lot of talk about the state of the world and the state of our country,” McMullen County Judge James Teal said, adding that he feels blessed to live in McMullen County and wants to reassure community residents that local leaders are taking concerns seriously.

As part of one resolution, commissioners voiced support for the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights, noting the documents are “for the benefit and protection of all people, these unalienable rights are enumerated and enshrined in the Constitution and the laws of the United States and the state of Texas.

Read more: https://www.mysoutex.com/the_progress/news/mcmullen-concerned-about-rights-border/article_cbaa63e0-ab5c-11eb-87a5-37a5edb8f851.html

McMullen is a sparsely populated county (about 750 residents) in south Texas.

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