SAN DIEGO - Across America they were rounding up undocumented workers and promising to build that wall, but 10 floors above and a few miles from the busiest border crossing in the world, a group of politically diverse leaders met last week to stress the importance of open trade with Mexico, the economic lifeblood of the region.
"It's been honestly kind of crazy times," said U.S. Rep. Scott Peters, D-San Diego. Peters, a former Dorsey and Whitney attorney whose main charge from voters when
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