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Roger Barnett and wife Barbara survey a group of illegal immigrants they stopped on their Arizona ranch and turned over to the U.S. Border Patrol in spring 2009. Over the past decade, Arizona has developed into the most popular entry point for border-crossers, and consequently, the state has become the most aggressive in trying to deter illegal immigration. (Special to The Washington Times)

Roger Barnett and wife Barbara survey a group of illegal immigrants they stopped on their Arizona ranch and turned over to the U.S. Border Patrol in spring 2009. Over the past decade, Arizona has developed into the most popular entry point for border-crossers, and consequently, the state has become the most aggressive in trying to deter illegal immigration. (Special to The Washington Times)

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