Tightened border security is a key sticking point for Congressional Republicans as negotiators work to cut an immigration reform deal.

The current legislation includes billions of dollars for additional fencing, drones and Border Patrol agents but there’s been a recent movement to further detail those plans, rather than allow the Obama administration to direct them.

So what border infrastructure is already in place in San Diego?

NBC 7 San Diego’s Catherine Garcia and I reviewed the history of San Diego’s border fencing in the latest San Diego Explained:

Watch the video:

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Lisa Halverstadt

Lisa is a senior investigative reporter who digs into some of San Diego's biggest challenges including homelessness, city real estate debacles, the region's...

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