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Americans Who Were Detained After Speaking Spanish In Montana Sue U.S. Border Agency
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Americans Who Were Detained After Speaking Spanish In Montana Sue U.S. Border Agency

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Two women who were detained and asked to show identification after speaking Spanish in a convenience store in Montana are suing U.S. Customs and Border Protection, saying the CBP agent violated their constitutional rights when he detained them and asked to see their identification. Ana Suda and …

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