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Bob Worsley Proposes $30 Million U.S.-Mexico Border 'Virtual Fence'

PHOENIX, Feb 18 (Reuters) - Arizona could spend $30 million to construct a "virtual fence" to ensure the federal government is securing the U.S.-Mexico border from drug smugglers and illegal immigrants under a measure that has narrowly advanced in the state legislature.

State Senator Bob Worsley has proposed putting 300 watch towers, complete with the latest technology, to put what he called extra "eyes on the ground" capable of watching over the roughly 350 miles (563 km) of border Arizona shares with Mexico.

"People in my state don't trust what the federal government is telling us when it comes to border security," said Worsley, a Republican. "This is a way to verify what we're being told."

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