Remarks During a Tour of the Border and an Exchange With Reporters in Yuma, Arizona

Bush, George W.
April 2007
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;4/16/2007, Vol. 43 Issue 15, p430
Government Documents
The article presents the text of U.S. President George W. Bush's remarks during a tour of the border in Yuma, Arizona on April 9, 2007. He notes that progress has been made in protecting the border through a strategy that combines lighting and fencing. He says that a comprehensive immigration bill will complete the border protection strategy. He also says that he is impressed with the hard work being done to protect the border.


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