Gerald S. Dickinson

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In 2008, the George W. Bush administration, which had started building about 670 miles of border fencing on mostly federally owned land in Arizona, California and New Mexico under the Secure Fence Act of 2006, tried to seize an acre or so in Cameron County, Tex., that belonged to Eloisa Tamez. Things did not go quickly. Tamez fought [].
Mar 03 2017
This page is completely dedicated to what Gerald S. Dickinson has to say. All of Gerald S. Dickinson’s quotes are organized here by date and topic. The most recent quote attributed to Gerald S. Dickinson came from an article called The biggest problem with Trump’s border wall isn’t money. It’s getting the land: “In 2008, the George W. Bush administration, which had started building about 670 miles of border fencing on mostly federally owned land in Arizona, California and New Mexico under the Secure Fence Act of 2006, tried to seize an acre or so in Cameron County, Tex., that belonged to Eloisa Tamez. Things did not go quickly. Tamez fought []”.
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