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“We could put the wall up, probably a mile of it, probably in three weeks,” Hadrian says.
The wall is a proposal so controversial that the anger over it directed at politicians is also being felt by potential builders. Activists have been caught on video gathering outside one San Diego contracting firm, R.E. Staite Engineering, who would not return requests for comment. Neither would several other San Diego bidders with offices within a short distance of the Mexico border.
California lawmakers have moved forward on a bill to essentially punish companies who work on the proposed wall by banning them from winning any state contracts.
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