(Nogales, AZ) -- Border apprehensions are down. Families crossing the border are up. The Trump administration's zero tolerance policy did not decrease the number of families who crossed from Mexico into Arizona last month. Data from U.S. Customs and Border Protection show a 13 percent increase in family crosses. Meanwhile Border Patrol arrests along the entire southern border dropped by 15 percent from May to June. That's the first decrease since January.
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