CBP Hiring Bill Comes Amidst Airport Officer Reassignments

Recently-proposed legislation in the U.S. Senate would require Customs and Border Protection (CPB) to hire at least 600 additional officers each year until the agency’s staffing needs are completely met. The bipartisan Securing America’s Ports of Entry Act, co-sponsored by Sens. Gary Peters (D...

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