In a recent legal skirmish over the miles of razor wire installed along the Texas-Mexico border, a federal appeals court has provided a temporary victory for Texas, upholding the presence of the sharp barrier. The issue stemmed from federal agents cutting this wire to offer aid to distressed migrants, with the Justice Department arguing that the wire must be severed for medical assistance. However, the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Texas, stipulating that the razor wire must remain while the lawsuit continues, a barricade that has cost Texas over eleven million dollars to implement.
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