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National Guard Troops Help at U.S.-Mexico Border

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National Guard Troops Help at U.S.-Mexico Border

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National Guard Troops Help at U.S.-Mexico Border

National Guard Troops Help at U.S.-Mexico Border

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More than 6,000 National Guard troops are now on the U.S. border with Mexico, helping the U.S. Border Patrol confront people attempting to cross illegally. The Guardsmen are helping with logistics, surveillance and maintenance. The Guard help has put more agents back on the border. Sarah Bush of KUT reports.