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California bill would blacklist contractors who build Trump’s border wall

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By Katy Murphy /Tribune News Service

Contractors would have to choose between building a border wall between the U.S. and Mexico and doing business with California under a legislative proposal that advanced in the Senate Tuesday.

As California continues to fight the Trump administration’s agenda, Senate Bill 30 by Sen. Ricardo Lara, D-Bell Gardens, would blacklist companies who help to build the controversial border wall that President Donald Trump has promised to build — a project estimated to cost more than $20 billion, funding the president has yet to secure.

“It is not enough to simply oppose this wall in theory,” said Lara, calling this a “defining moment” for California.

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