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Along the Border with Utah National Guard Troops

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Along the Border with Utah National Guard Troops

Along the Border with Utah National Guard Troops

Along the Border with Utah National Guard Troops

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Fifty Utah National Guard troops have been deployed for two weeks along the Mexican border near Yuma, Ariz. They're building roads and erecting fences, and helping to support the work of the Border Patrol along a stretch of the U.S.-Mexico border that's popular with smugglers and illegal immigrants. Rene Gutel of member station KJZZ reports.

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