Cost of anti-immigrant laws

June 2009
People's Weekly World;6/13/2009, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p8
The article reflects on anti-immigration laws in the U.S. According to the National Employment Law Project, anti-immigration laws are affecting the U.S. economy with about 12 million undocumented immigrants abandoning struggling economies. These immigrants are those who work hard and pay taxes that stimulate state economies and yet states like Utah, Arizona and Colorado are spending millions of taxpayer money to get rid of them. The article suggests that states need to see immigrants as part of the answer and not the problem.


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