Ariz. border gap left open because it’s tribal land

Posted on AllSides September 6th, 2022
From The Center

Even as Arizona tries to find ways to fill in gaps along the border wall in the Yuma sector, there is a mile-long area that remains open because it runs into sovereign tribal land.

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey issued an executive order one week ago to use money from the state’s border security fund to use shipping containers to fill five gaps in the wall.

However, a gap that has not been filled is one along the Cocopah Indian Tribe’s Reservation.

Hundreds of migrants have crossed into the U.S. through this hole. Border...

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