Texas Tests Cameras Along Mexican Border

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Texas Gov. Rick Perry set up several Web cameras along the state's border with Mexico in November. The pilot program's goal is enabling citizens to help monitor border security online. Officials have said the experiment was a success.

Brandi Grissom of the El Paso Times talks with Alex Chadwick.

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