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Congress Funds DHS

The National Border Patrol Council, the union that represents more than 16,500 Border Patrol agents, congratulates Congress for today’s passage of a “Clean Bill” to fund DHS.

But the NBPC demands Washington politicians stop playing games with Border Patrol agents’ well-being and financial security.

Politicians are quick to declare their support for the Border Patrol, said Brandon Judd, the union’s president. “But don’t just tell us you support agents,” he said. “We demand that Congress and the White House show us and stop using our agents as political pawns.”


Transcript of State of the Union Episode 39

The following is from Episode 39 of the State of the Union podcast which aired on February 20, 2015.  It deals with the OBP's memorandum concerning the decertification of AUO.

Shawn Moran: Welcome to the “State of the Union” for the National Border Patrol Council. I’m Shawn Moran.

This is a very special episode as yesterday Chief Michael Fisher put out a memo detailing OBP’s actions for the decertification of AUO and the plans that the Border Patrol is taking moving forward in terms of pay. So we wanted to get some more information on that so we went to the union’s chief point of contact, the president of the National Border Patrol Council, Brandon Judd.

Brandon, welcome back to the show, sir.

Brandon Judd: Thanks, Shawn, I appreciate it.


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  3. NBPC Statement on DACA Implementation
  4. NBPC Statement on AUO Decertifications
  5. National Border Patrol Council Opposes H.R. 399
  6. 2015 National Convention
  7. National Border Patrol Council Statement of Support for the NYPD
  8. Congress Passes Border Patrol Pay Reform Bill

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