Metal Fence in Yuma Slows Immigration

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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