Border Patrol Union Has “Serious Concerns” about Senate Bill

The National Border Patrol Council, the union of Border Patrol agents, has expressed serious concerns about the immigration “reform” bill passed by the Senate. One is that the promise of the bill to add 20,000 agents is unrealistic. A spokesman for the union stated that “It seems that political goals took precedence over actual reforms.”   

Read more at The Washington Times.


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