In this Friday, Aug. 10, 2012 photo, rancher Dan Bell, who owns a 35,000-acre cattle ranch along the border between the United States and Mexico, drives around as he checks out part of his property, in Nogales, Ariz. When Bell drives through his ranch, he speaks of the hurdles that the Border Patrol faces in his rolling green hills of oak and mesquite trees: The hours it takes to drive to some places, the wilderness areas that are generally off-limits to motorized vehicles, and the environmental reviews required to extend a dirt road. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

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In this Friday, Aug. 10, 2012 photo, rancher Dan Bell, who owns a 35,000-acre cattle ranch along the border between the United States and Mexico, drives around as he checks out part of his property, in Nogales, Ariz. When Bell drives through his ranch, he speaks of the hurdles that the Border Patrol faces in his rolling green hills of oak and mesquite trees: The hours it takes to drive to some places, the wilderness areas that are generally off-limits to motorized vehicles, and the environmental reviews required to extend a dirt road. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
In this Friday, Aug. 10, 2012 photo, rancher Dan Bell, who owns a 35,000-acre cattle ranch along the border between the United States and Mexico, drives around as he checks out part of his property, in Nogales, Ariz. When Bell drives through his ranch, he speaks of the hurdles that the Border Patrol faces in his rolling green hills of oak and mesquite trees: The hours it takes to drive to some places, the wilderness areas that are generally off-limits to motorized vehicles, and the environmental reviews required to extend a dirt road. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
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