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The Border Fence: Opposition in Douglas, Ariz.

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The Border Fence: Opposition in Douglas, Ariz.

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The Border Fence: Opposition in Douglas, Ariz.

The Border Fence: Opposition in Douglas, Ariz.

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A law signed by President Bush in an Oval Office ceremony on Thursday authorizes the construction of a security fence along the U.S.-Mexico border. The law is of great interest in the border city of Douglas, Ariz., which has a mostly Latino population.

Mayor Ray Borane says a fence will divide a community that has strong family ties across the border.