Trump’s border shutdown threat left them in limbo. Here’s what they want you to know

(CNN)A couple living on opposite sides of the border. A caretaker who crosses daily to help a woman in need. A man who buys medicine in Mexico. How shutting down the border would affect daily life Crossing the border is a regular part of Carlos Flores’ life. He makes a weekly trip to visit his father in Mexico. Flores says he and many other Texas residents need to be able to head south of the border just to make ends meet. If not, he says US citizens could be dealing with serious health consequences. He regularly buys medicine in Mexico — where prices are lower — just in case anyone in his family on the US side of the border …