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Sen. Carl Levin Wants to Address Vulnerable Canadian-U.S. Border Security Issues

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

Most of nation’s border-anxiety seems to be focused on Mexico. But in northern states like Michigan, it’s a different story.

Michigan Sen. Carl Levin, responding to a Government Accountability Office report pointing to potential threats from smugglers and terrorists, called for meetings to improve security at the Detroit-Windsor border, MLive.com reported.

The website reported that the report released Tuesday stated that the Border patrol had reached an acceptable level of security on 32 of about 4,000 miles of U.S.-Canadian border.

“I have serious concerns that lack of coordination between Immigration and Customs Enforcement Personnel and Border Patrol personnel is hindering border security in Detroit,” Levin (D-Detroit) said a statement, calling on representatives for both agencies to meet with him in Detroit within two weeks, the website reported.

“Any failure to coordinate efforts between agencies that weakens security on the northern border is totally unacceptable.”

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