With Border Arrests Down, Does U.S Need More Agents?

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The Department of Homeland Security’s announcement that its border enforcement strategy had resulted in a sharp decline in illegal crossings has renewed questions about why the Trump administration wants even more agents on the southwest border, the Texas Tribune reports. Border Patrol agents made 310,531 apprehensions of people trying to cross into the U.S. illegally during the . . .

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