Immigration Reform Part 1: The Minuteman Project

Last year, U.S. border patrol officials arrested more than one million people illegally entering the United States — nearly half of them along the Arizona border. A loose coalition of citizens recently began patroling the border themselves, arguing the government wasn't offering enough security. NPR's Ted Robbins reports on the civilian volunteers of the Minuteman Project.



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