Private Border Wall Construction Halts After New Mexico Town Protests

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Published on May 29, 2019 - Duration: 00:32s

Private Border Wall Construction Halts After New Mexico Town Protests

According to Reuters, a U.S. group building what could be the first private wall on the Mexican border wall, said it had stopped construction after a New Mexico town ruled the project lacked necessary permits.

We Build the Wall was ordered to stop erecting the steel barrier on private land in an area that the group calls β€œground zero for illegal drugs, migrants and human sex slaves coming across.” The group raised over $23 million on its gofundmepage and vowed to resume construction.

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Private Border Wall Construction Halts After New Mexico Town Protests

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