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Environmental Laws Restrict Border Patrol Efforts

Environmental restrictions were stated as the reason one Border Patrol station was denied permission to build a road in Arizona along the border.

4/21/2011


Due to environmental restrictions tied to the Wilderness Act, one U.S. Border Patrol station was denied permission to build a road in Arizona along the border that has been called necessary for "operational control." Some feel that these restrictions are helping to weaken border-patrol efforts in the state.


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1 Response to Environmental Laws Restrict Border Patrol Efforts

GARRYOWEN TROOPER wrote:
April 27, 2011

WITHOUT MORE INFO IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO MAKE AN INTELLIGENT DECISION ON THIS MATTER. I PRAY THE BORDER PATROL AGENTS STAY SAFE!