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Mexico's tactic to cut immigration to U.S. — wear out migrants

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By MEGAN JANETSKY and FÉLIX MÁRQUEZ

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If you aren't invited, don't go somewhere.

Living as a poor person in the US isn't the same as living as a poor person in Latin America. The cost of everything is much higher. You cannot walk everywhere. There are few buses and they aren't cheap to use if there are any. It gets hot and very cold, so sleeping under a tree isn't viable. In most places, it is illegal to squat and try to live under a tree.

About the only good thing is that potable water is almost universally free across the US. Most garden hoses are perfectly safe to drink from, though some communities do have separate non-potable water for landscape use. I was unaware of this fact until about a month ago, reading that children were getting sick in parts of Idaho where they have separate non-potable water for garden/yard use. Enough new people had moved into the town and didn't know about the separate water supplies.

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