The new $1.37 billion border-security deal might save SpaceX's launch site in Texas, where Elon Musk hopes to launch Mars rockets
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SpaceX, the rocket company founded by Elon Musk, is building a spaceship prototype at its launch site in south Texas.

Because the site is less than 3 miles from the US-Mexico border, it's embroiled in President Donald Trump's push for a border wall.

Department of Homeland Security maps reportedly showed a proposed physical barrier running directly through SpaceX's site.

However, a bipartisan group of lawmakers on Wednesday released a $1.3 billion border-security deal that excludes SpaceX's site...

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