Arizona Governor’s Shipping Container Wall Grinds to a Halt as Protesters Settle in for Christmas
Since protests began in earnest on November 29, a multi-generational group of Arizonans have managed to halt construction on the governor’s border wall made of double-stacked shipping containers.
Even as snow and temperatures fell Monday evening, protesters didn’t budge at Arizona governor Doug Ducey’s shipping container wall site at the border, south of Sierra Vista.
Citing an “invasion” at the border, Ducey issued an executive order in August to fill in gaps of a federal bord…
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