REGIONAL NEWS April 2, 2017: Border ranchers’ perception of the border isn’t one-dimensional.

U.S. Border Patrol ranch liaison John ‘Cody’ Jackson (R) rides with cattle rancher Dan Bell on Bell’s ZZ Cattle Ranch at the U.S.-Mexico border on March 8, 2013 in Nogales, Arizona. Jackson meets regularly with local ranchers to coordinate the agency’s efforts on border issues, including drug smuggling and illegal immigration from Mexico. Bell, a third generation rancher, grazes cattle on nearly ten miles of border property.

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