New screening program for visitors to U.S. may hurt border economies

07/13/2004 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

Retailers and restaurateurs on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border say a new high-tech program to screen visitors entering the U.S. could lead to delays that will depress cross-border shopping. U.S. officials say the system is working smoothly at airports where it has been installed, but land ports have five times as much traffic as airports and the border business community says it hasn't seen a plan yet to deal with potential problems.

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