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    Illegal Aliens That Commit Crimes Costs Skyrocket For Courts

    This article would be better titled: The Huge Cost and Impact to Just the U.S. Border Counties Due to Illegal Immigration

    Monday, 03 March 2008
    Illegal Aliens That Commit Crimes Costs Skyrocket For Courts

    Southwest border counties are calling for help from the federal government to pay for millions they spend each year on law enforcement, courts and healthcare as a result of illegal immigrants who commit crimes. Counties are reimbursed for less than 12 percent of their costs.

    An estimated $108.2 million is spent each year (study used 1999 fiscal year data) by some of the nation’s poorest counties to pay for law enforcement, criminal justice and emergency healthcare services to illegal immigrants who commit crimes, according to a report released by the United States/Mexico Border Counties Coalition (USMBCC): http://www.bordercounties.org/

    “The border counties are dealing with the low rate of federal reimbursement we receive for providing these services. We are not debating federal immigration policy,
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    2006 Report:
    At the Crossroads: US/Mexico Border Counties in Transition
    March 2006

    http://www.bordercounties.org/index.asp ... BASIC&SEC={62E35327-57C7-4978-A39A-36A8E00387B6}
    NOTE: Then you must click on "At the Crossroads" Link on the left
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    According to the USMBCC study, annual costs to only the border counties in
    each state are estimated as follows:

    - Arizona - $24.2 million
    - California – $55.7 million
    - New Mexico - $5 million
    - Texas - $23.3 million

    And this is ONLY FOR THE BORDER COUNTIES!


    From the Border Movie:

    I will not sell my country out ~ I WILL NOT!
    I'd like to see that pride back in AMERICA!!!

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    MUST SEE...the latest report issued by this agency...the summary of "At the Corssroads: U.S. border Counties in the Transition" will tell you the tragedy that illegal immigration is inflicting on the 24 border counties in the states of Texas - New Mexico - Arizona - California:
    http://www.bordercounties.org/vertical/ ... 36B%7D.PDF

    Here is a tidbit of what is contained in the above report:

    If the 24 border counties were considered the 51st state, this is where - they would rank among all states:

    - 1st in federal crimes, primarily due to drug and immigration arrests by federal agencies.
    - 2nd in incidence of tuberculosis.
    - 2nd in the percentage of its population that is under the age of 18.
    - 3rd in deaths due to hepatitis.
    - 3rd in highest concentration of Hispanics.
    - 4th in military employment.
    - 5th in diabetes-related deaths.
    - 5th in unemployment, 2nd without the San Diego County work force.
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    WAIT WAIT WAIT.
    texas has over 900 miles of border with Mexico and yet california costs were higher

    what am i missing here?

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    You KNOW its only gotten worse, MUCH worse since data was collected in 1999/2000.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratbstard
    You KNOW its only gotten worse, MUCH worse since data was collected in 1999/2000.
    Texas has a motto like Vegas for the most part when it comes to truthful reporting:

    "What happens there, stays there". After witnessing the chronic problems that illegals and illegal huggers bring to the US, I say deport them all.

    That's why, when they get caught, the politicians are more than knee deep in ****! (excuse my *'s but you can fill in the blank)!
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    I will not sell my country out ~ I WILL NOT!
    I'd like to see that pride back in AMERICA!!!

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    In 1998, former Texas Comptroller John Sharp published Bordering the Future:
    Challenge and Opportunity in the Texas Border Region, which provided an
    assessment of the economic, political, and social condition of the Texas border
    counties. This report, commissioned by the US / Mexico Border Counties Coalition,
    extends those findings to all of the 24 U.S. counties that are contiguous with Mexico.
    As a region, if these 24 counties were the 51st state, how would they compare with
    the rest of the nation?

    1st in federal crimes, primarily due to drug and immigration arrests by federal agencies.
    2nd in incidence of tuberculosis.
    2nd in the percentage of its population that is under the age of 18.
    3rd in deaths due to hepatitis.
    3rd in highest concentration of Hispanics.
    4th in military employment.
    5th in diabetes-related deaths.
    5th in unemployment, 2nd without the San Diego County work force.
    7th in incidence of adult diabetes.
    10th in employment of federal civilians.
    12th in government and government enterprise employment.
    12th in incidence of AIDS.
    13th in population.
    16th in violent crime.
    22nd in allocation of federal highway planning and construction expenditures.
    22nd in home ownership.
    27th in the percentage of adults with a four year college degree; 46th without San Diego.
    29th in receipt of total federal government expenditures.
    37th in home affordability; 45th without San Diego.
    37th in low birth weight babies.
    39th in infant mortality.
    42nd in the percent of teen pregnancy.
    50th in insurance coverage for adults and children.
    50th in percent of population that has completed high school; 51st without San Diego.
    51st in per capita income if San Diego County is not included, and 40th with San Diego.
    51st in the number of health care professionals.

    Complete report can be found at
    http://www.bordercounties.org/
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