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First troops in Bush’s border plan arrive

Fifty-five National Guard members from Utah arrived in Yuma on Saturday afternoon — the first troops to be sent to the Arizona-Mexico border in a new crackdown on illegal immigration. The Utah troops had been scheduled to work on fences and other projects as part of the Guard’s long-standing efforts at the Arizona border, officials had said as late as Wednesday. But their mission has since been folded into President Bush’s plan to send up to 6,000 National Guard troops to the four southern border states to supplement federal immigration agents. Full Story

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