Border Wall Continues To Rack Up Environmental Damages, And Now Maybe Nets Too?

Border Wall Continues To Rack Up Environmental Damages, And Now Maybe Nets Too?

Several ponds at the San Bernardino National Wildlife Refuge went dry or had an extremely low supply, according to documents obtained by two environmental non-profits, and the reason was the agency building President Trump’s border wall there ignored repeated warnings that using the groundwater there to make cement for the wall would cause irreparable harm to the Refuge and to local water supplies, The Washington Post reported. 

Why This Matters:  It seems the Trump administration believes it can do anything to build its wall — regardless of how extreme and what laws it might violate.

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