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Andy Parks From The Washington Times

Jun 30, 2021

House Democrats introduced a spending bill that aims to wipe away large chunks of President Trump’s legacy, including restrictions on deploying agency personnel to police protests and clawing back more than $2 billion in border wall money that lawmakers had already approved. As Stephen Dinan reports, the Biden administration has reversed many executive actions under Trump, but the Democrats’ bill begins to unravel the legislative policies the previous president won. Meanwhile, the grim reality of death is a near-daily occurrence for those along the border, where smugglers and even fellow migrants are all too ready to abandon those who can’t keep up in the desert or leave them to drown if they struggle to cross the Rio Grande.