Concerns Arise from Planned Reduction of Hours to Border Crossing

Jayna Smith
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The small town of Vanceboro, Maine, population around 150, and many from across the border in the neighboring McAdam, New Brunswick area, are fighting back against U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s plan to reduce the operating hours of the border crossing there.

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