As Crime Hits Mexican Hinterlands, Law-Abiders Head To U.S.

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As extortions, kidnappings and killings have increased in the formerly quiet Mexican state of Aguascalientes, citizens there have begun to migrate to the United States, and North Texas is one of the more popular destinations, reports the Dallas Morning News. Aguascalientes, known as Mexico’s Rhode Island because of its small size, had a reputation for the best quality of life and
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