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Acacia Coronado

Acacia Coronado , a senior at the University of Texas, is returning to The Texas Tribune as a reporting fellow after working as an investigative reporter in the spring. She spent her summer at the The Wall Street Journal and previously interned at the Texas Standard,The Austin Chronicle and the Human Rights Clinic at the UT School of Law. At UT, she co-founded a breaking news platform for Central Texas’ Spanish-speaking community, and she reported for The Daily Texan. Acacia is fluent in Spanish and French.
Acacia Coronado , a senior at the University of Texas, is returning to The Texas Tribune as a reporting fellow after working as an investigative reporter in the spring. She spent her summer at the The Wall Street Journal and previously interned at the Texas Standard,The Austin Chronicle and the Human Rights Clinic at the UT School of Law. At UT, she co-founded a breaking news platform for Central Texas’ Spanish-speaking community, and she reported for The Daily Texan. Acacia is fluent in Spanish and French.
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Conditions Deteriorating at Makeshift Camp on the Rio Grande Where Thousands Await U.S. Asylum

The camp began forming last summer in Matamoros, Mexico, and now an estimated 2,000 people, many of them children, live in squalid conditions as they wait weeks or months to request U.S. asylum.

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Federal Government Awards Three Contracts for 65 New Miles of Border Fencing in South Texas

The cost of the new fencing will range between $385 million and $800 million. Construction is set to begin in early 2020.

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