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San Luis, UNITED STATES:  Cars head to Mexico from the border crossing at San Luis, Arizona in the US, 05 June 2006.  Thousand of people cross from Mexico to jobs on the US side of the border every day.  The National Guard is expected to have 800 of the 6,000 troops President Bush has requested on the U.S.-Mexican border by mid-June and the remained by August as part of the new border security initiative called "Operation Jump Start."  AFP PHOTO / ROBYN BECK  (Photo credit should read ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)
San Luis, UNITED STATES:  Cars head to Mexico from the border crossing at San Luis, Arizona in the US, 05 June 2006.  Thousand of people cross from Mexico to jobs on the US side of the border every day.  The National Guard is expected to have 800 of the 6,000 troops President Bush has requested on the U.S.-Mexican border by mid-June and the remained by August as part of the new border security initiative called "Operation Jump Start."  AFP PHOTO / ROBYN BECK  (Photo credit should read ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)

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