Colo. immigration law falls short of goal

Colorado’s new law banning state spending on illegal immigrants has cost more than $2 million to enforce – and has saved the state nothing.

Less than a year after politically charged debates on illegal immigration, officials are reporting high costs, no savings and unexpected problems with the new laws.

Once touted by statehouse Republicans and Democrats as the toughest anti-immigration package in the nation, the Colorado crackdown is falling apart.

Full Story: Denver Post.

(via Hit and Run).

Leave a Reply

© 2014 Technoccult

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑