In this Sept. 27 file photo, Homeland Security Department officials look on as crews work on prototypes for a proposed border wall in front of the primary border structure separating Tijuana, Mexico, and San Diego. The House Homeland Security Committee approved a proposal Wednesday that would provide $10 billion for physical barriers on some parts of the Texas-Mexico border and use technology and border security agents to monitor other parts.
In this Sept. 27 file photo, Homeland Security Department officials look on as crews work on prototypes for a proposed border wall in front of the primary border structure separating Tijuana, Mexico, and San Diego. The House Homeland Security Committee approved a proposal Wednesday that would provide $10 billion for physical barriers on some parts of the Texas-Mexico border and use technology and border security agents to monitor other parts. Gregory Bull AP
In this Sept. 27 file photo, Homeland Security Department officials look on as crews work on prototypes for a proposed border wall in front of the primary border structure separating Tijuana, Mexico, and San Diego. The House Homeland Security Committee approved a proposal Wednesday that would provide $10 billion for physical barriers on some parts of the Texas-Mexico border and use technology and border security agents to monitor other parts. Gregory Bull AP

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