The New York Times recently highlighted a lawsuit filed by the American Immigration Council and...
Oklahoma human rights leaders warn of economic consequences of AZ-style anti-immigrant law
Published on Wed, Jan 05, 2011
The Immigration Policy Center think tank completed their own research on the contribution of immigrants to our Sooner state. If Arizona-style laws succeed and all unauthorized immigrants were removed from Oklahoma, the state would lose $580.3 million in economic activity, $257.8 million in gross state product, and approximately 4,680 jobs. That's $838.1million dollars lost from our state.
Published in the Oklahoma Citizen | Read Article