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'Minutemen' Begin Patrols of U.S.-Mexico Border

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'Minutemen' Begin Patrols of U.S.-Mexico Border

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'Minutemen' Begin Patrols of U.S.-Mexico Border

'Minutemen' Begin Patrols of U.S.-Mexico Border

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NPR's Carrie Kahn reports from the Arizona-Mexico border on the official start of the "Minuteman Project," where citizen volunteers patrol the border for illegal immigrants.

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