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More Southwest border fencing needed, but it is not sole answer, chief says
More fencing is needed along the Southwest border to keep migrants from crossing illegally, but neither fences nor walls alone will solve the problem, the new border patrol chief told a Senate panel Wednesday. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, asked Morgan whether he believes that fencing works. He cited the effectiveness of fencing in the Border Patrol's San Diego, Calif., sector at stemming the flow of immigrants crossing the border illegally.

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