In the 2004 election immigration policy was intensely debated, but as the economy has taken center stage in America's conversation immigration has been pushed to the back-burner. Largely forgotten in this de-emphasis on immigration as a central issue is the construction of a large and costly 700-mile fence between the U.S. and Mexico. So where does the fence construction stand now? Fox News explores:
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