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Mexico gets U.S. drug money

MEXICO CITY, Dec. 3 (UPI) -- The U.S. government has provided Mexico nearly half of a $400 million aid package for its southern neighbor's ongoing battle against drug traffickers.

U.S. ambassador warns of Mexico travel

MEXICO CITY, July 26 (UPI) -- U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Tony Garza reiterated a travel warning Tuesday about visiting violent Mexican border towns.

U.S. Attorney General visits Mexico

MEXICO CITY, March 29 (UPI) -- U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales Tuesday began two days of discussions on cross-border law enforcement cooperation with Mexican government officials.

U.S. Ambassador to Mexico weds Corona heir

MEXICO CITY, March 1 (UPI) -- U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Tony Garza has married Corona heiress Maria Asuncion Aramburuzabala, Reforma reported Tuesday.

U.S. ambassador hails Mexican AIDS plan

MEXICO CITY, Feb. 15 (UPI) -- U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Tony Garza Tuesday lauded Mexico's effort to end HIV/AIDS discrimination in the workplace.

U.S. grant aids Mexican law enforcement

EL PASO, Texas, Feb. 4 (UPI) -- U.S. Ambassador Tony Garza Jr. has announced a $5 million crime-fighting grant to the Mexican state where the slayings of hundreds of women remain unsolved. Garza explained the purpose of the U.S. grant was to advance justice reform in the Ciudad Juarez a

Fox: Diplomatic tiff with U.S. has ended

MEXICALI, Mexico, Jan. 31 (UPI) -- Mexican President Vicente Fox Monday said the conflict with the United States on the issue of violence and drug trafficking at the border has ended.

Mexico rebuffs ambassadors warning

MEXICO CITY, Jan. 27 (UPI) -- Mexican President Vicente Fox vowed Thursday not to allow any opinion or statement from any foreign government dictate his government's policies.

U.S. officials warn about border travel

SAN ANTONIO, Jan. 27 (UPI) -- U.S. officials say travel is dangerous along the U.S.-Mexico border because of increased drug violence in some Mexican cities.

Ambassador shows anti-smog technology

MEXICO CITY, Jan. 24 (UPI) -- U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Tony Garza Monday helped demonstrate new anti-pollution technology for Mexico City's bus system.

Hispanidad: Will the U.S. 'hate' Mexico?

We've all heard about Freedom Fries and insults toward French people on account of France refusing to follow the United States' leadership on war with Iraq. Will Mexico, our neighbor to the south, be next?
GREGORY TEJEDA, United Press International

Inside Mexico: Getting behind Bush?

QUERETARO, Mexico, March 6 (UPI) -- While Britain and Spain express their support for imminent war against Iraq, and France, Germany, Russia and China express their opposition to it, Mexico writhes in introspection and turmoil. Turmoil tends not to be pretty, and this turmoil isn't.
IAN CAMPBELL, UPI Chief Economics Correspondent

Anlysis: GOP vote orthodoxy shy on facts

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 1 (UPI) -- An orthodox analysis of the November election has been gradually emerging since Nov. 5. It holds that a major reason for the GOP victory was that they made significant inroads into the Hispanic and other minority votes and that this shows that their much
STEVE SAILER, UPI National Correspondent

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Antonio Oscar "Tony" Garza, Jr. (born July 7, 1959, in Brownsville, Texas), an American lawyer and former county judge in Texas, was the United States Ambassador to Mexico. Garza, the grandson of Mexican immigrants to the U.S, graduated from Saint Joseph Academy in Brownsville, the seat of Cameron County on the Gulf of Mexico coast in far south Texas.

Antonio O. Garza, Jr. was named U.S. Ambassador to Mexico by President George W. Bush in the summer of 2002. He presented his credentials to Mexican President Vicente Fox on November 22 of that year and took charge of one of the largest diplomatic missions in the world. At the time, he was the United States’ youngest Chief of Mission serving abroad. Announcing the appointment, President Bush said, “The United States and Mexico share not only a border, but a rich history of common economic and cultural interests. Tony Garza has an in-depth understanding of the relationship between the United States and Mexico and its impact on the people of both nations.” During his tenure, Mr. Garza has focused his attentions on American interests abroad, as well as the law enforcement and counterterrorism aspects of this most important, and indeed unique, bilateral relationship.

Before being sworn in as U.S. Ambassador to Mexico, Mr. Garza served from 1999-2002 as Chairman of the Texas Railroad Commission, a statewide regulatory body charged with overseeing Texas’s then-$60 billion energy sector. With his election to the Commission, he became the first Hispanic Republican elected to statewide office in Texas history. As Chairman of the Commission, Mr. Garza was a strong advocate for the protection and responsible stewardship of Texas’s natural resources and was hailed by the state’s leading newspapers for bringing balance to an otherwise industry-dominated commission. During this time, Mr. Garza also served as vice-chairman on the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission, which brings together 39 oil- and gas-producing states. The Commission seeks to promote responsible energy policy and adoption of best practices in the United States. Prior to his election as Railroad Commissioner in 1998, Mr. Garza was a partner in the Austin office of Bracewell & Patterson, L.L.P. (now Bracewell & Giuliani), a Houston-based law firm.

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