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McAllen Monitor (Newspaper) - June 8, 2015, McAllen, TexasThe no a i tor monday. June 8,20is exp mental approach a Art and self explored in Harlingen exhibit. Page 1c i Vidi for a Good cause Weslaco youngster donates his 16-Inch locks. Page 5a Vaney amp state French open stunner no. 1 seed a Joltn in toppled in championship. Page in i fior Tsomay serving the Rio Grande Valley since 1909 Hurricane seasons Here you read surviving surviving the storm my he look for your Issue june 10th 75 cents daily county i commissioners court Gas line Battle flickers rate hikes or stalled Jolt creation project at stake companies argue by Kristen Mosbrucker staff writer he Labuwi an a Inch wide Gas pipe Liru that runs under a Grain yield sparked a Hea Letl debate Amiul its future a out p Ith could mass ably i Urease rates for 3.000 local customers while another could stall an Industrial development that would bring new jobs to the City. Haul Medina co owner of map prom ties that owns 175 acres on the East Side of expressway 281 near in cites Road said he discovered Pijie line workers on his pro Katy in 2012, and did no to know there was a Gas line when he bought the land about a decade earlier a i Watchet them chopping Down some Cedar Trees along the old Railroad line and asked them what they it re doing a Medina said sitting in his Law office in Mcallen. A Tsiotos by so i Robins the ass Clam Prast Gladys Bifia 30, from Honduras holds her a month old baby Girt april 20 at a respite Center run by Catholic shanties in Mcallen. She was among nearly two dozen Immi ant mothers who arrived at the Center after being released by Border patrol. Rather than getting locked up in a family detention facility some families Are released by Border patrol with notices to appear in immig action court. Family detentions Uncertain future canc Cate ii see Casund Loa Legal political pressures mount against ice Over centers housing migrants by Seth Robbins the associated press san Anionio a after tens of thousands of migrant families most from Antral America crossed the Rio Grande into Texas last summer the government poured millions of dollars into two Large detention centers meant to hold and children a and keep More from coming. But As . Immigration and customs enforcement expands the centers to make space for the next wave of arrivals the Agency faces Legal and political challenges that could shut them Down. A see detention Ida Limmi Grant families Many of Themi mothers. With children Board a bus april 30 headed to the downtown bus station in immigrants mostly from Central America had crossed the Rio Grande and were later released by Border patrol with notices to appear before immigration judges around the country. Candidate leads ill Mexico polls the associated press Mexico Cut a Mexico a first Independent gubernatorial candidate was leading in exit polls As voting closed sunday after midterm elections marred by sir Radic outbursts of violence. In voting seen As a litmus test for resident Enrique per a Nieto the candidate of his institutional revolutionary a arty apr geared to be k sing ill the key Northern state of Nuevo in on Independent Laime Rodriguez known As a Tel Bronco a had at checkout the latest election results. O see Mexico Lla Epa finds no a widespread tracking effects on nations water Supply by Jim Mal Ewerz the Texas Tribune the . Environmental Protection Agency says it has found no evidence that Hydraulic fracturing has Quot led to widespread systemic impacts on the nations drinking water , though. The practice has harmed water in some cases. Life 4 a online Bill pay �?�p2p transfers my it read the external review draft of the Epa report. O that a according to the draft released thursday of a much anticipated report on the revolutionary but politically divisive method of bolstering Oil and Gas production by blasting apart underground Rock with a High pressure mixture of water Sand and chemicals. Quot we conclude there Are above and below ground mechanisms by which Hydraulic fracturing a Tivi ties have the potential to i a pact drinking water resources a opinion two viewpoints on policy. The reports executive summary states. A we did not find evidence that these mechanisms have led to widespread systemic impacts a pop Money a Pitea fijians a Transfer funds a id Mobile . On drinking water resources in the United a Texas regulator and Industry representatives touted the conclusion As they seek to quell Public concerns that the practice a widely known As tracking a poses danger to drinking water. See of racking a today a weather 2a sunny High 92 Low 73 1 an aim Media Texas newspaper vol. 106, no. 316 28 pages 3 sections

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