In Arizona, the Environmental Devastation from the Border Wall Is Immense. The Response from the Biden Administration Is Tiny and Slow.
Kate Scott and other border residents are documenting the environmental damage. But Scott says they're left in the dark when it comes to the government's plan for remediation.
In the final installment of this month’s border wall trilogy, The Border Chronicle pivots to Arizona, where segments of wall built under the Trump administration were destroyed during the summer monsoon season.
By now, the sight of twisted metal and debris piles has become all too familiar in Arizona. After the first wave of construction in 2008, some wa…
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