HOUSTON — Security in Houston, America’s fourth-largest city is tight ahead of Sunday’s Super Bowl 51 though officials have vowed to support peaceful demonstrations against President Donald Trump’s executive order restricting entry to the United States for travelers from some Muslim-majority nations.
The approach by state, regional and federal U.S. security officials reflects a delicate balancing act as more than 1 million spectators are expected to flood into the Texan city as the New England Patriots take on the Atlanta Falcons.
Protests against Trump’s executive order on immigration have spread across the United States, including one last weekend in downtown Houston near where the National Football League has placed many pregame activities
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SOURCE: VOA News Online