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New border rules implemented

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People coming over the border from Canada or Mexico now have to provide proof of citizenship. Yesterday, border agents started requiring a passport or military identification card. A state-issued I-D, like a driver's license, will only be accepted with a birth certificate. An oral declaration of citizenship won't be enough to get back across the border. U.S. officials have promised a grace period, and said agents will hand out informational fliers. Martha Foley has more.

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Martha Foley
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