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Some Worry Border Plan Will Overtax Guard

Governors of several border states said that National Guard troops may provide a short-term fix for enhancing security along the U.S.-Mexico border, but the federal government needs to put more immigration agents there in the future. The governors’ reactions came after President Bush on Monday proposed sending as many as 6,000 Guard troops to strengthen enforcement at the border and win conservative support for an election-year overhaul of the nation’s immigration laws. Full Story

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