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Should the United States fingerprint foreign visitors entering the country?

Asked at the Lawrence Post Office, 645 Vt. on January 6, 2004

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“Not really. It would be too much paperwork and hassle.”

“Nah, because they’ve got some criminals right here in Kansas that are just as bad.”

“No. I think the idea of creating a database of individuals is a scary prospect.”

“That’s a tough one because I can only imagine the expense. But when you think of 9-11, can we put a price on that? So it’s probably a good idea.”


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