Arizona pays its bills, and it has paid the $2.1M remediation bill from the U.S. government for the shipping container border wall. The U.S. dismissed its lawsuit against Governor Ducey-then-Hobbs today, indicating the check went through.

The total cost to Arizona taxpayers for the stunt (the containers were said to be ineffectual) was more than $163M.

The federal government sued because it alleged Arizona had placed the containers on land along the border that it was not permitted to use.

This article was reported by AZ Law founder Paul Weich. 

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