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Biden cancels border wall construction contracts

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Joe Biden signed an executive order during his first day in office that put a halt to new border wall construction. He froze the money for border wall construction projects and terminated Trump’s national emergency declaration on the southern border. Steps are being taken now to further move the process along.
The Department of Defense announced Friday that the Biden administration has canceled further construction of the wall on the southern border. The photo above shows a gap in the border wall system in McAllen, Texas left as it is because of Biden’s order in January. The funding that Trump moved from the military budget is being sent back to the Pentagon. Military construction projects will receive the money instead of the border wall. A spokesman for the Pentagon presented the announcement as a matter of supporting the military.

Biden Administration Cancels Border Contracts, Returns Funds to Pentagon

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The administration is also looking to repair damage in border communities.

Paoletta: Biden '100 Percent' Violated Federal Law by Withholding Border Funding

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30 Apr 2021
Former Trump administration lawyer Mark Paoletta told House Budget Committee ranking member Rep. Jason Smith (R-MO) Thursday that the Joe Biden administration violated the Impoundment Control Act by withholding federal funds for the border wall.
A veteran of Washington’s political battles, Paoletta served as general counsel of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), the powerful White House agency in charge of all federal budgeting, spending, and regulatory actions. Now a senior fellow at the Center for Renewing America, he testified before the House Budget Committee’s hearing, “Protecting our Democracy: Reasserting Congress’ Power of the Purse.”
During the hearing, Smith and Rep. Lloyd Smucker (R-PA) asked Paoletta about the Biden administration’s withholding of federal funds appropriated to construct the wall along the southern border. Biden froze border wall funds on his first day in office.

Republican lawmaker introduces bill to continue border wall construction

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U.S. Rep. Clay Higgins, Republican from Louisiana and ranking member of the House Homeland Security Subcommittee on Border Security, announced he is introducing the Finish the Wall Act, which would force President Joe Biden's administration to restart construction of the border wall between the United States and Mexico.
Among other things, the act would see the resumption of border wall construction within 24 hours of its enactment; prevent the Department of Homeland Security from canceling border wall construction contracts; and require that the DHS spend all funds appropriated or obligated to border wall construction since 2017.
The bill, according to Higgins' press release, has more than 60 co-sponsors and is one of House Republicans' "five pillars" related to immigration at the southern border. Higgins said that by stopping work on the border wall, the Biden administration has "created large security gaps, ended thousands of construction jobs, violated signed contracts and left behind huge stockpiles of high-quality steel stacked on private land and unused."

Rooks: Finally, a solution to Maine's budget problem

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Rooks: Finally, a solution to Maine’s budget problem
Douglas Rooks
In June 1991, a band of 13 Senate Republicans – just 37% of the members – decided to do what until that moment had seemed unthinkable.
Under the guise of wringing legislation to cut worker’s compensation benefits from majority Democrats, the 13 Republicans, led by firebrand Charlie Webster, decided to shut down state government to force minority rule upon a state long known for relatively consensual politics.
When moderate Republican Gov. John McKernan endorsed the strategy, Webster forced the shutdown, producing three weeks of chaos before Senate Republicans got what they wanted.
All three of those nominally in charge – McKernan, Senate President Charlie Pray, and House Speaker John Martin – soon saw their leadership careers implode. Ever since that day, the Legislature hasn’t been the same.

Douglas Rooks: A simple way to fix Maine's budget problem

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Douglas Rooks: A simple way to fix Maine’s budget problem
With one move, the Legislature can finally put the ghost of the 1991 shutdown behind it.
By Douglas Rooks
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In June 1991, a band of 13 Senate Republicans — just 37% of the members — decided to do what until that moment had seemed unthinkable.
Under the guise of wringing legislation to cut worker’s compensation benefits from majority Democrats, the 13 Republicans, led by firebrand Charlie Webster, decided to shut down state government to force minority rule upon a state long known for relatively consensual politics.
When moderate Republican Gov. John McKernan endorsed the strategy, Webster forced the shutdown, producing three weeks of chaos before Senate Republicans got what they wanted.

Trump delayed $20bn in aid to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, report finds

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Funding was ‘unnecessarily delayed’ by bureaucratic obstacles, after hurricane killed thousands of people in 2017
Buildings damaged by Hurricane Maria in Lares, Puerto Rico, in 2017. The hurricane killed thousands of people. Photograph: Lucas Jackson/Reuters
Buildings damaged by Hurricane Maria in Lares, Puerto Rico, in 2017. The hurricane killed thousands of people. Photograph: Lucas Jackson/Reuters
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The efforts to deliver recovery funding to the island were “unnecessarily delayed by bureaucratic obstacles”, according to the 46-page report. The hurricane, which hit the island in 2017, killed thousands of people and left thousands more without electricity or water for months.

After pledging not to build up Trump's border wall, Biden's intentions remain unclear

The Biden administration has yet to put forward a plan for Trump's border wall as it grapples with immigration.

How an arcane budget provision could let Democrats advance their agenda

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Yet the decision marks a significant victory for Democrats and the new administration as they attempt to push an expansive agenda through an evenly divided Senate chamber.
In an interview on MSNBC this week, Bernie Sanders, chair of the powerful Senate budget committee, said the ruling significantly widens the path to passing Joe Biden’s sprawling infrastructure agenda, which includes a massive public-works plan that he announced last week as well as a forthcoming proposal focused on reducing economic inequality. It also gives Democrats “a little bit more opportunity” to achieve a wide range of other progressive ambitions.
Laying out a hypothetical strategy, he said the next reconciliation package could include the first piece of Biden’s infrastructure plan, while future attempts might expand health coverage, provide paid family leave and support tuition-free public college.

Border Wall Construction May Continue as Biden Is Pushed to Permanently Scrap It

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Border Wall Construction May Continue as Biden Is Pushed to Permanently Scrap It
Construction crews work on a new section of the U.S.-Mexico border fencing at El Nido de Las Águilas, eastern Tijuana, Baja California State, Mexico, on January 20, 2021.
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Although President Joe Biden vowed on the campaign trail to stop the construction of the southern border wall promoted by his predecessor, the White House as of this week has not yet asked Congress to revoke the project’s funding, and a Cabinet member reportedly admitted that the administration may still authorize additional work to fortify some unfinished sections of the barrier, including installing surveillance technologies in certain areas.

Biden May Reportedly Restart Trump's Border Wall Project to 'Plug in the Gaps' Amid Migrant Crisis

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In his zeal to make humane immigration policies, did President Joe Biden break law & create a crisis?

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The Government Accountability Office (GAO) has subsequently launched a review to determine whether Biden breached the law by freezing the funds. Politico published a report on Tuesday, March 23, saying: “Now the Government Accountability Office is launching a review to determine whether the new president broke the law by freezing the money in violation of budget rules designed to keep Congress in control of the cash flow, the federal watchdog confirmed this week.”
Former president Donald Trump ahead of a trip Texas in January 2021 to view the construction of the wall along the US-Mexico border (Getty Images)
If the GAO comes up with a verdict that goes against Biden, it would give the GOP a political advantage. It would brand Biden as someone who breaks the rule as the Republican opponents are already blaming the incumbent president saying it has compromised national security at the southern border. The pause on the wall-building funds “directly contributed” to the flood of migrants at the border, Senate GOP members said in their plea made last week seeking GAO’s opinion.

Sen. Steve Daines Demands Restart of Border Wall Construction

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Sen. Steve Daines Demands Restart of Border Wall Construction
24 Mar 2021
Sen. Steve Daines (R-MT) wrote a letter to the Government Accountability Office (GAO), contending President Joe Biden’s freeze of funds for border wall construction violates federal law.
“On January 20th, in one of the first official acts of his presidency, Joseph Biden suspended border wall construction and ordered a freeze of funds provided by Congress for that purpose,” Daines’ letter to GAO Comptroller General Gene Dodaro stated.
“In the weeks that followed, operational control of our southern border was compromised, and a humanitarian and national security crisis has ensued,” he added. “The President’s actions directly contributed to this unfortunate, yet entirely avoidable, scenario. They are also a blatant violation of federal law and infringe on Congress’s constitutional power of the purse.”

Biden's Order to Stop Border Wall Construction Now Investigated by Federal Agency

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Federal Agency Investigating Biden’s Order to Stop Border Wall Construction
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) confirmed reports it is investigating President Joe Biden’s move in January to freeze construction of the border wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Former President Donald Trump, who made border wall construction a key 2016 campaign promise, started building the wall amid legal battles and fights with Congress. On his first day in office, Biden used his executive authority to stop building the wall even after Congress approved $1.4 billion for the measure as part of a $900 billion stimulus package bill to offset losses incurred by the COVID-19 pandemic in December.

Biden Tried to Blow Up All Trump's Work, Now He's Being Investigated for Allegedly Breaking the Law

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One of the reasons that there’s such a border crisis right now is not only Joe Biden telegraphing to migrants that he would be more welcoming to them if they came, but because he also dismantled some of the protections that President Donald Trump had put in place to stop the flow, including on January 20, in one of his first acts, stopping Trump’s border wall construction and freezing the money that had been allocated by Congress for its funding.
But now that’s earned him an investigation from the Government Accountability Office to “determine whether [he] broke the law by freezing the money in violation of budget rules designed to keep Congress in control of the cash flow.”

Pfluger: President Biden's decision to stop construction on border wall could be illegal

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The following press release was issued Wednesday by the office of Congressman August Pfluger:
With the crisis on the southern border intensifying, Congressman Pfluger joined 71 Members of Congress and 40 Republican Senators in calling on the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to investigate the Biden Administration for suspending congressionally-appropriated border wall construction contracts.
In a letter to Comptroller General Gene Dodaro, the lawmakers wrote, “We are writing to be added as co-requesters of a March 17, 2021 letter, signed by 40 United States Senators, requesting the Government Accountability Office’s legal opinion on the actions of the Biden Administration to suspend border wall construction and to order a freeze of funds provided by Congress for that purpose, which we believe violated the Impoundment Control Act.”

Did Joe Biden Break the Law in Creating a Border Crisis?

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Did Joe Biden Break the Law in Creating a Border Crisis?
The impoundment law may never have a presence in another impeachment. Still, the law’s prominent role in one impeachment will likely make future violations at least a bit of a black mark on a presidency.
On his first day in office, President Joe Biden might have done worse than just create a crisis that has consumed the early months of his presidency. According to forty Senate Republicans, he allegedly broke the law by unilaterally halting construction of a southern border wall.
The dreaded I-word in this case is impoundment, but the precedent set by the first impeachment of President Donald Trump seemingly raises the stakes of violating the Impoundment Control Act (ICA).

Biden Administration is Still Working on Plan for Border Wall Contracts

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A government watchdog is reviewing if the pause in construction violated a budget law.
The Biden administration is still deciding how to handle the border wall contracts from the previous administration, after a deadline from the president recently passed.
President Biden issued a proclamation on January 20 to pause construction on former President Trump’s signature U.S.-Mexico border wall, to the extent legally allowed, and direct the Defense and Homeland Security secretaries, in consultation with the Treasury secretary, attorney general and Office of Management and Budget director and any other appropriate agency officials to create a “plan for redirecting funding and repurposing contracts.” Biden said the plan should be formulated “within 60 days from the date of this proclamation,” which was March 21 (Sunday). 

Dozens of US Senate Republicans Label Biden's Border Wall Freeze Unlawful, Call for GAO Probe

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President Joe Biden adds Ohio to stimulus tour: Capitol Letter

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President Joe Biden adds Ohio to stimulus tour: Capitol Letter
Updated Mar 18, 2021;
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President Joe Biden sits down to sign the American Rescue Plan, a coronavirus relief package, in the Oval Office of the White House, Thursday, March 11, 2021, in Washington. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
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Joe-hio: President Joe Biden is coming to Ohio next week for his first visit as president. As Sabrina Eaton reports, the stop is part of Biden’t tour promoting the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan. The White House announced he’ll be in Columbus on Tuesday, the anniversary of the signing of the Affordable Care Act.

'It's not a mystery': Sen. Kennedy tells 'Fox & Friends' how Biden border crisis can be stopped

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Sen. John Kennedy R-La., says re-implementing Trump era immigration policies would solve migrant surge.
Forty GOP senators, including Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., wrote a letter to the U.S. Government Accountability Office to determine whether President Biden’sexecutive order unlawfully halted a fund of $1 billion voted on by Congress to construct the border wall.
Kennedy, during an appearance on "Fox & Friends," claimed that Democrats would likely attempt to redirect the funds towards other budgetary concerns of the Biden administration.
"The money is there, President Biden refuses to use it, at least on the border wall," Kennedy said. "We have sent him a letter demanding that he use it. I have every expectation that he will ignore us."

Wicker, Hyde-Smith join in letter claiming Biden border wall proclamation illegal

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Wicker, Hyde-Smith join in letter claiming Biden border wall proclamation illegal
Gray DC Bureau: Sen. Roger Wicker
By Anthony Warren | March 18, 2021 at 11:05 AM CDT - Updated March 18 at 1:38 PM
WASHINGTON, D.C. (WLBT) - Mississippi Sens. Roger Wicker and Cindy Hyde-Smith have joined 40 other lawmakers in opposing the Biden’s administration halting border wall construction.
[email protected] has suspended border wall funding & construction without lawful justification in the midst of a border crisis.
I joined a letter to the @USGAO, calling out Biden’s actions that contributed to this unfortunate, yet avoidable crisis at the border.https://t.co/yxDHiRpjqh— Senator Roger Wicker (@SenatorWicker) March 17, 2021

'Unlawful': GOP demands probe into Joe Biden's border wall halt

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By Stephen Dinan
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Wednesday, March 17, 2021
Republican senators requested an investigation into President Biden’s order to pause border wall construction, saying Wednesday that the directive is “a blatant violation of federal law” because it blocks spending Congress specifically authorized.
Led by Sen. Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia, the 40 senators asked the Government Accountability Office to investigate.
While Mr. Biden had the power to cancel some construction being paid for by funds shifted from within unrelated Pentagon accounts, the senators wrote that he did not have the power to block billions of dollars Congress specifically approved for the wall.

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