A Border Patrol agent walks along the fence separating the United States from Mexico in San Diego, Calif. The Department of Homeland Security may exempt many veterans and law enforcement officers from a requirement that new hires take a lie-detector test.
A Border Patrol agent walks along the fence separating the United States from Mexico in San Diego, Calif. The Department of Homeland Security may exempt many veterans and law enforcement officers from a requirement that new hires take a lie-detector test. Gregory Bull The Associated Press file
A Border Patrol agent walks along the fence separating the United States from Mexico in San Diego, Calif. The Department of Homeland Security may exempt many veterans and law enforcement officers from a requirement that new hires take a lie-detector test. Gregory Bull The Associated Press file

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