GAO Report Finds Border Project Fails to Consider Cost
BLUETOWN – A new report from a government watchdog group is questioning if they’re ready to start adding on to the border wall.
The government just completed about a year’s worth of studying southwest border security and found that they’re not considering just how much the border wall will cost.
“One key factor that CBP did not consider was cost associated with locations or segments. We found that that was problematic because without assessing costs for specific segments or locations, CBP does not have full information,” says Rebecca Gambler, Director of the Homeland Security Injustice Team.
KRGV’s Sierra Pizarro has more on this project.
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