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senate Bill S. Res. 102

A resolution reaffirming the strategic partnership between the United States and Mexico, and recognizing bilateral cooperation that advances the national security and national interests of both countries.

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A resolution reaffirming the strategic partnership between the United States and Mexico, and recognizing bilateral cooperation that advances the national security and national interests of both countries.

Summary

Reaffirms the strategic partnership between the United States and Mexico. Supports: (1) continued diplomatic, economic, and security cooperation between the United States and Mexico; and (2) efforts by the Mexican government to strengthen the rule of law, reduce corruption, and advance civil and human rights. Encourages enhanced security cooperation between the U.S. and Mexican militaries and law enforcement agencies. Commits to: (1) continue the U.S. government's partnership with the Mexican government to combat transnational criminal organizations, and (2) a relationship between the United States and Mexico that is based on mutual respect and the promotion of shared democratic values.

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      Committee on Foreign Relations
    IntroducedMarch 29th, 2017
    Mexico makes enough money off of the US. They should pay us rent just to be our neighbor and allow their citizens to remain here illegally.
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    While I have nothing against the provisions of this bill, this still remains a matter of Presidential authority. The President stands as the Diplomat-in-Chief, and should remain so without Congress making negotiations behind his back.
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    The current president is failing on every level to be a diplomat either nationally, or internationally. Congress should try to keep this country from isolating itself from all other countries.
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