Flake: Trade between U.S. and Mexico too important to allow a wall

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By Kathy Cline

One Arizona senator says the U.S.-Mexico trade is too important to allow a wall on the border.

Jeff Flake recently told an economic conference Arizona and Mexico did $17-billion dollars’ worth of business last year alone. The two countries share information on other threats, too.

“Our relationship with Mexico is about more than just trade,” he said. “Transportation issues, natural resource management, and security threats are just some of the fronts along which we cooperate.”

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