As Customs And Border Agents Are Moved South, Airline Passengers Elsewhere May Suffer

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Published on May 10, 2019 - Duration: 00:55s

As Customs And Border Agents Are Moved South, Airline Passengers Elsewhere May Suffer

Groups representing major U.S. airlines, airports and travel industry companies on Friday urged U.S. Senate leaders to back additional funding for Customs and Border Patrol officers.

The move came as the Trump administration said on Friday it was shifting additional officers to the southwestern border.

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As Customs And Border Agents Are Moved South, Airline Passengers Elsewhere May Suffer

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