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The feds call it a levee; Texas immigration advocates & enviros see a border wall

For weeks, construction crews have been working about half a mile north of the Rio Grande in Mission, erecting 15-foot concrete panels topped with 6-foot steel bollards.

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Jason Garza for The Texas Tribune

Construction continues on what the federal government says is a levee improvement project in the Rio Grande Valley. Local immigrant advocates and environmentalists say it looks suspiciously like a border wall.

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