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Arizona Daily Star

The fedgov's push includes freeing overtime funds for local police & county sheriff's deputies to help conduct inspections. Nogales police & Santa Cruz County sheriff's deputies have already been trained, & Pima County sheriff's deputies were receiving training last week to conduct random, unannounced southbound inspections

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When it comes to keeping federal entities like Customs and Border Protection at bay, individuals and communities in Washington State continue to lead the way. Below you'll find two articles regarding a Port Townsend, Washington resolution calling for a moratorium on Border Patrol activity in their community until the agency's un-American enforcement practices can be reviewed (and exposed for what they are).

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Today, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against the federal government in favor of employees at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in the matter of Homeland Security Presidential Directive #12.  One of the matters of considerable interest to the judges pertained to the demand by Caltech that every JPL employee 'voluntarily' agree to submit to an open ended background investigation in order to receive an ID badge compliant with HSPD#12. The government argued there were no limits to the extent of the investigation. If an employee refused to 'volunteer', Caltech would terminate the employee.

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Bellingham Herald

Joseph W. Giuliano, once described as "the face of the Border Patrol in the Northwest," pleaded guilty to child rape charges in Whatcom County Superior Court Thursday, April 23. Chief Prosecutor Mac Setter is recommending one year of supervised work release...

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