Now there's an idea.
The effort to secure the borders and reform immigration law is about to enter a crucial month at the end of which the fate of the bill will almost certainly be known.
If Congress passes comprehensive immigration reform, it will depend on the Obama administration to enforce the law. How might that work?
This week I was privileged to participate in a ride along with the Arizona Pinal County Sheriff’s Office and got a first hand look at what the deputies working there are dealing with on a daily basis. Although we didn’t get into any major cartel chases during my time with them, the education I received about a number of border issues was eye opening.
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