U.S. to Bolster Border Security The Department of Homeland Security recently assigned more than 500 additional border patrol agents to the Arizona-Mexico border. Many observers believe the move is a response to the Minuteman Project, a group of civilian volunteers who patrol the area looking for illegal immigrants.
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U.S. to Bolster Border Security

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U.S. to Bolster Border Security

U.S. to Bolster Border Security

U.S. to Bolster Border Security

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The Department of Homeland Security recently assigned more than 500 additional border patrol agents to the Arizona-Mexico border. Many observers believe the move is a response to the Minuteman Project, a group of civilian volunteers who patrol the area looking for illegal immigrants.