Ohio is the latest state to send law enforcement to the Texas-Mexico border as part of a plan to slow a surge in illegal immigration. Ohio Highway Patrol troopers will help with border surveillance. They arrive in Texas this week and will stay for two-weeks. Clint McDonald, who heads the Border Sheriffs Association, says other states realize that illegals don’t cross the border and stay there. June numbers of illegal crossings are expected to be just as high as the previous months since President Biden took office.