Beth Werlin, Deputy Legal Director for the American Immigration Council, discusses the recent...
Immigrants Help Utah, Research Group Says
Published on Thu, Jul 29, 2010
Immigrants — both legal and illegal — are surprisingly important to Utah's economy and future, according to a new compilation of data about them.
The Immigration Policy Center, a Washington-based research group, spent a year looking at academic studies and U.S. Census Bureau data about immigrants in each state, and released fact sheets for each on Wednesday.
"Facts are sadly lacking in the immigration debate," said Mary Giovagnoli, director of the center. She said too many people "seek to manipulate information to project an image of immigrants — both those here legally and illegally — as drains on society who make no positive contributions. The facts demonstrate something entirely different."
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