In 2010, the Arizona state legislature set up a border security advisory committee to provide recommendations to Governor Jan “Americans Will Mow Lawns” Brewer, but so far the group has managed to submit just one such report. As for its big idea, it’s one we heard ad nauseum during the Republican primary debates: Build a border fence. Ultimately, the lawmakers hoped to fund 200 miles of fencing, or about half the length of Arizona’s border with Mexico. But so far, they’ve raised just 10 percent of the $2.8 million required to build the first mile of the fence. Yet there may be a way to start construction by the end of the year all the same — with donated supplies and prison inmate labor.