North Texans unhappy about the border crisis are letting their voices be heard at protests Friday and Saturday.
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Dozens of people gathered in downtown Dallas to protest Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins’ work to bring 2,000 undocumented immigrant children to the county for care, while protesters in Fort Worth took to the street in front of several government agencies on West 7th Street.

Those protests were among 10 planned in North Texas and hundreds being held across the country, as part of a nationwide response to the undocumented immigration surge and what opponents call immigration reform amnesty.