Grijalva seeks to stop work on border wall

April 2009
Inside Tucson Business;4/27/2009, Vol. 18 Issue 48, p4
The article reports on the legislation, proposed by Representative Raúl Grijalva, regarding the prevention of border walls construction in the southern region of Arizona. Grijalva states that the construction of these border walls has an impact to the public and tribal lands, which are located in the said region. Moreover, the proposed legislation also covers the preservation of the natural heritage of the state.


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