LAREDO, TEXAS (KGNS) -- Mexico's government promised to clean up what they called one of their most dangerous states, and now increased security has already started to be seemed in Nuevo Laredo.
As you cross the border expect to see more federal police manning the bridges.
Highways and even at additional checkpoints outside the city limits.
They say they've added 60 more state officers per shift to reduce the violence that's plagued Tamaulipas for several years.
Those extra 60 men shifts working around the clock.
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