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The Border Is About to Become '25 Percent More Vulnerable

NOGALES, MEXICO - MARCH 10: An immigrant walks near the U.S.-Mexico border after eating breakfast at the Kino Border Initiative center for migrants March 10, 2013 in Nogales, Mexico. The center feeds hundreds of meals per day to immigrants recently deported from the United States and those about to attempt to cross into the U.S. illegally. Credit: Getty Images

A new report by Fox News correspondent William La Jeunesse reveals that the U.S.-Mexico border is "about the become 25 percent more vulnerable." Citing sequester cuts, officials say a crackdown on paying border agents overtime has resulted in 10-hour shifts being cut by two hours. This means that at least two hours at a time, or up to 8 hours per day, the border will be unmanned.

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