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Sheriffs’ Survey: Nearly All Americans Want COVID-19 Tests For Immigrants, Large Majority Worried About Mexican Cartels

In this article, Sheriff Mark Dannels (Cochise County, AZ) and Chair of the National Sheriffs' Association Border Security Committee, discusses the latest TIPP Poll results on COVID-19 testing of migrants and concerns about Mexican cartels.


America's sheriffs are on the frontlines confronting the unprecedented surge of thousands of immigrants streaming across the southern border. The National Sheriffs' Association (NSA) and TIPP released a new survey today that reflects the opinion of the American people on the testing and vaccination of immigrants.

Additionally, the survey asked Americans about their views on criminal cartels flooding across the border, bringing violence, human trafficking of women and children, illegal guns, and dangerous quantities of opioids into virtually every American community.

America's sheriffs have continually appealed to the federal government to enforce existing immigration laws and provide clear guidance, substantive policies, and adequate funding to fix our nation's southern border crisis. Unfortunately, these calls have gone unanswered – and because of that, our country suffers.

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