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Potential Homeland Security nominee opposes border fence, more patrols

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A former Coast Guard commander who is a prospective candidate to lead the Department of Homeland Security said Wednesday it was "oversimplistic" to build a fence or add more border control agents to prevent illegal immigration from Mexico. Speaking at a Senate committee hearing on the future of the Department of Homeland Security, retired Admiral Thad Allen advocated for a more complex approach...

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