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Metal Fence in Yuma Slows Immigration

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Metal Fence in Yuma Slows Immigration

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Metal Fence in Yuma Slows Immigration

Metal Fence in Yuma Slows Immigration

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The metal fence erected in the border city of Yuma, Ariz., has worked to slow illegal immigration. Congress approved the fence last year. Yuma Mayor Larry Nelson says he supports a commuter guest worker program that allows Mexican agricultural workers into the U.S. daily. Nelson spoke with Steve Inskeep.

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