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Billions proposed for border security. Where would money go?

Federal spending on border security is at an all-time high—and it would get even higher under the Gang of Eight’s new plan. The Senate immigration proposal, released last week, would allocate $4.5 billion in the next five years to tighten control of U.S. borders.
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Apr 28, 2013, 8:10 am
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If BPAs and supervisory BPAs assigned to sectors across the nation on temporary or permanent details working administrative/clerical duties, stopped ILLEGALLY and FRAUDULENTLY putting in for and receiving AUO pay - there would be a surplus of hundreds of millions of dollars/year which would more than adequately make up for any CBP budget shortfalls.  Each agent earns up to $35,000/year in AUO pay.  Within Tucson Sector alone, hundreds of agents working at their desks each day receive this pay benefit ILLEGALLY.  What’s worse - supervisors are approving this pay, AND put in for and receive it themselves.  It is outright fraud and is illegal and they all know it.  But, they continue to do it and believe this to be an ENTITLEMENT.  The public needs to know about this and demand oversight and management of this pay benefit.  Every taxpayer needs to hold the chief of border patrol accountable for this fraud and make him address this abuse.

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