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Dinan, Stephen. “Interior Agency’s Agenda Can Top Security; Laws Hinder Illegals Pursuit.” Washington Times, November 16, 2009.

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Downing, Renee. “Border Patrol? What We See Here Is Anything But.” Washington Post, May 1, 2005.

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Fader, Carole. “Fact Check: Trash Lines Many Illegal Immigration Routes.” Florida Times-Union, June 17, 2010.

Faler, Brian. “Assaults Increase on Parks Workers; Incidents with Rangers Rise 900 Percent.” Washington Post, August 30, 2002.

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