U.S. preparing cases; opponents say ancestral rights are at stake
"I'm waiting for whatever they've got coming and I'm not going to sign. I'm not," said Ms. Tamez, the director of the master of science and nursing program at the University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College.
Ms. Tamez is part of a group of other opponents of the border fence who say the Department of Homeland Security is violating the rights of indigenous landowners, descendants of American Indians and other people who claim ancestral rights to the land or whose families were awarded property through Spanish land grants.
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