by Josh T. Smith, Research Manager; Hannah Sheets Darrington, CGO Undergraduate Research Fellow
Posted February 5, 2019 In News

AP Photo/Gregory Bull, File
AP Photo/Gregory Bull, File

After closing for 35 days, the US government is open once again, at least until February 15. The deadlock over funding for President Trump’s border wall remains unresolved, however. The short-term nature of the funding bill that President Trump signed promises a return to the debate that shut the government down in the first place. As Congress returns to this question, a fundamental question remains: Will the wall provide the protections it is meant to?…

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