The Holding Institute has been helping deliver meals to Cubans in Nuevo Laredo since the wet foot, dry foot policy ended back in January. Since then, the institute along with other ministers have take on the duty of helping struggling families.
Close to 500 Cuban nationals in Nuevo Laredo are at risk of deportation. The "Wet Foot, Dry Foot" policy the United States had regarding Cuban refugees came to an end a few weeks ago but many Cubans are asking for some sort of clemency.
Tamaulipas Governor Francisco Garcia Cabeza de Vaca says his administration will not guard down or retreat in the fight against crime in light of last week's killings of four top state officials in Nuevo Laredo.
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