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(The Center Square) – Twenty-six U.S. governors requested to meet with President Joe Biden to propose solutions to the ongoing border crisis, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said at a Wednesday new conference. Because Biden did not respond to the request, the governors said they decided to take their message to the American people, proposing their own solutions to the drastic increase in illegal immigration this year that's led to what they called a humanitarian crisis across the country.

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(The Center Square) – Nine Republican governors are joining Govs. Greg Abbott of Texas and Doug Ducey of Arizona in Mission, Texas, Wednesday to discuss the ongoing border crisis and President Joe Biden's immigration policies.

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(The Center Square) – Illegal immigration is costing Texas taxpayers billions of dollars. With its county governments, law enforcement and medical personnel strapped, responding to the surge of illegal immigrants flooding into Texas, county judges and the governor issued disaster declarations.

(The Center Square) – Texas Attorney General Paxton led a 10-state coalition in filing an amicus brief with the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in support of Florida’s law that regulates censorship on Big Tech social media platforms. The law, similar to one just passed by Texas, requires Big Tech platforms to consistently apply content-moderation practices and disclosures to affected users.

(The Center Square) – In response to President Joe Biden criticizing the governors of Texas and Florida for not implementing mask mandates or other restrictions after COVID-19 spikes, both Republican governors said they were not going to do what the president suggested.