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PHOENIX— Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey says building a wall isn’t the only way to provide security along the U.S.-Mexico border.

One of the four U.S. governors whose states share a boundary with Mexico, Ducey says solid walls, fences, law enforcement officers on the ground and advanced technology are all tools the United States can draw from to protect the country from illegal drugs and human trafficking entering from the south.

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“I don’t think it’s one thing and not the others,” Ducey said on the eve of Arizona’s 2019 legislative session, during a brief interview in his office that touched on numerous issues.

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