Immigration Law, the Confusion Continues

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When it comes to volunteer border patrols, the Bush Administration has not been speaking with one voice. President Bush has warned that citizen volunteer border patrols could turn into "vigilantes." But like Governor Schwarzenegger, the President's immigration enforcement chief, Bob Bonner, praised such groups and said that he might organize patrols of his own. Today, the Department Bonner works for, Homeland Security, said there are no such plans. On Saturday, the issue moved to California, when a group called California Minutemen took up posts near the border town of Campo. We hear the latest from reporters, border-watchers and immigration-rights advocates.
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Associated Press on decision in deportation case against 'Wilson Four'

Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act (S 1545)

US Customs and Border Protection

Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on immigration and border management

Minuteman Project

Berestein's article on border-watching event



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