The sun casts a shadow on the U.S.-Mexico  border fence that passes through the Nature Conservancy's southernmost preserve in Brownsville, Texas. Since 2008, hundreds of landowners on the border have sought fair prices for property that was condemned to make way for the fence, but many of them received initial offers that were far below market value.
The sun casts a shadow on the U.S.-Mexico border fence that passes through the Nature Conservancy's southernmost preserve in Brownsville, Texas. Since 2008, hundreds of landowners on the border have sought fair prices for property that was condemned to make way for the fence, but many of them received initial offers that were far below market value.
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published Monday, October 15th, 2012
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