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Johnson Supports President On Border Issue

Johnson Supports President On Border Issue

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President Obama has requested that Congress earmark about four billion dollars to help the federal government slow down the flow of illegal immigrants coming across the US southern border.

South Dakota Senator Tim Johnson says not all of that request is for the border…

 

Johnson says he doesn’t think the federal government has many good alternatives…

 

Johnson says he backs the President in his approach to the border issue…

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