State-level immigration policies grow more common

Most states have become involved with the issue of unauthorized immigration in the past 15 years through actions such as making drivers licenses available regardless of immigration status and requiring employers to verify eligibility to work. But states rarely examine the costs and benefits of such policies, suggesting the need for a comprehensive tool to help state policymakers assess the full range of costs and benefits of immigration policies before they are adopted. —> Read More

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