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Governors Stay Focused on the Border

A growing number of governors — from along the border and beyond — are sharpening their complaints about the flood of immigrants pouring into their states, pushing the Bush administration and Congress for action. Republicans and Democrats on Sunday said they planned to bring the concerns to President Bush and his Cabinet in private meetings this week. “This is a national issue,” said Gov. Janet Napolitano of Arizona, where 500,000 attempts to illegally cross the border were turned back last year. It isn’t clear how many people made it across the Mexico-Arizona border, but nationally there are an estimated 11 million illegal immigrants. Full Story

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