Immigration Reform Bill Calls For $3 Billion For Border Security Technology, Personnel

April 2013
Defense Daily International;4/18/2013, p2
Market Research Report
The article reports on the passage of the immigration reform bill in the U.S. Senate which aims to boost border security. It states that the bill also aims provide a path to citizenship for millions of immigrants that are currently living in the U.S. illegally. It notes that the bill would create a trust fund that includes a $3 billion to be spent for technologies to help secure the border.


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