Trump’s border wall may strip money from a $65 million water treatment plant at a Marine Corps base with a history of contaminated water
|03/19/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- The Defense Department published a list of hundreds of military projects that may lose funding to pay for President Trump’s border barrier. It added that “no military housing, barracks or dormitory projects will be impacted” by the diverted funding.
- The list includes a $65 million water treatment plant at Hadnot Point in Camp Lejeune.
- Camp Lejeune has been embroiled in controversy for the revelations that as many as 900,000 troops and family members stationed at the base were exposed to contaminated water between 1953 and 1987.
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