A View of the U.S.-Mexico Border

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A view of the surfers, surfing at the site of proposed development along the U.S.-Mexico border in Tijuana in 2014 (left), and the view of people in the United States who oppose the development of such a vast area (right). (File / San Diego Union-Tribune)

An aerial view shows the U.S.-Mexico border separating San Diego from Tijuana. (File / San Diego Union-Tribune) – An aerial view shows the U.S.-Mexico border separating San Diego from Tijuana. (File / San Diego Union-Tribune)

A view of a house that is under construction on the U.S. side of the line in Tijuana, Mexico, near the border between San Diego and Tijuana. (File / San Diego Union-Tribune) – A view of a house that is under construction on the U.S. side of the line in Tijuana, Mexico, near the border between San Diego and Tijuana. (File / San Diego Union-Tribune)

A view of the U.S.-Mexico border separating San Diego from Tijuana. (File / San Diego Union-Tribune) – A view of the U.S.-Mexico border separating San Diego from Tijuana. (File / San Diego Union-Tribune)

A view of the U.S.-Mexico border separating San Diego from Tijuana. (File / San Diego Union-Tribune) – A view of the U.S.-Mexico border separating San Diego from Tijuana. (File / San Diego Union-Tribune)

An aerial view shows the U.S.-Mexico border separating San Diego from Tijuana. (File / San Diego Union-Tribune) – An aerial view shows the U.S.-Mexico border separating San Diego from Tijuana. (File / San Diego Union-Tribune)

Ranch-style homes are under construction on the U.S.-Mexico border separating San Diego and Tijuana. (File / San Diego Union-Tribune)

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