DHS Will Bypass Environmental Laws To Build SD Border Wall


(San Diego, CA)  --  Homeland Security will be bypassing environmental laws to get a border wall built in San Diego.  The DHS announced today that it will be allowed to waive "a variety of environmental, natural resource and land management" regulations.  

The agency's statement says a waiver gives them the authority to bypass regulations to speed up construction of the border wall ordered by President Trump.  The waiver comes just a day before the San Diego City Council's Budget Committee will consider a proposed resolution in opposition to the border wall.


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