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    Illegal aliens: Federal, State, and Local Governments go Broke

    Illegal aliens: economic consequences: as federal, state, and local governments go broke, and unemployment remains dangerously high, it's time again to count the costs of illegal immigrants.

    27 Jun. 2016

    Maywood, California, a small city in Los Angeles County numbering about 45,000 residents, is broke. Such are the city's dire straits that in June it fired all of its employees and turned police and fire protection over to the county.

    Officials, naturally, pinned the blame for the situation on decreasing property tax revenues and the national recession, and indeed, they may well provide a small reason the city went under.

    But the real reason is this: illegal aliens. As the Los Angeles Times reported in its article on the subject, half the city's population is illegal and has been for some time. Such is its population of illegals that Maywood proudly declared itself a "sanctuary" city a few years ago.

    Now, apparently, no one, least of all the city's Hispanic leaders and activists, got the connection between the city's worsening plight and the mushrooming number of illegals.

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    In Santa Ana, 27 miles down Interstate 5, the school district has decided that every one of its 55,000 students will receive free breakfast and lunch regardless of whether they qualify for the program. At $2 per meal, that's $39.6 million annually to feed the school system's mostly Hispanic children before officials buy their first pencil. One can well imagine without looking too deeply that many of these students also are either illegal aliens or the U.S.-born children of illegal aliens.

    Extrapolating these two examples across the nation paints a frightening picture: Illegal aliens are not only weakening the country financially, but are also often enticed to come here because of governmental social-welfare programs that should not even exist much less be available to illegal residents.

    The cost to American taxpayers is billions of dollars. And the federal government, which has responsibility for the nation's borders, literally does nothing about it. Its official policy is to deport only "criminal" aliens, which means the rest will stay and continue consuming resources via our social-welfare programs.

    One example: In September, Republicans narrowly defeated an insane plan to permit illegal-alien minors to stay in the country indefinitely if they meet a complex and unenforceable set of criteria. It is called the DREAM Act.

    The Latest Reports

    Finding good figures on what illegal aliens cost is difficult because public officials typically do not include everything the immigrants consume.

    In June, the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) published a report on the cost of illegal immigration that does include everything.

    It demonstrates the staggering result of the federal government's paralysis on the border issue. According to FAIR, illegal aliens cost American taxpayers $113 billion annually.

    Broken down, the direct cost to the federal government is about $29 billion, while the states pick up the remaining share of about $84 billion. Illegals cost each household in America, meaning the households of citizens who pay taxes, $1,117.

    The largest expense for illegals is educating their American-born children, some $52 billion. Not surprisingly, the states with the highest number of illegals also pay the most to feed, educate, house, doctor, and jail them.

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    California's price tag for its 2.55 million illegals, FAIR reports, is $21.8 billion annually.

    As FAIR concludes, the cost of illegals accounts for all of the budget deficits California and New York now face in 2011:

    "With many state budgets in deficit, policymakers have an obligation to look for ways to reduce the fiscal burden of illegal migration.

    California, facing a budget deficit of $14.4 billion in 2010-2011, is hit with an estimated $21.8 billion in annual expenditures on illegal aliens.

    New York's $6.8 billion deficit is smaller than its $9.5 billion in yearly illegal alien costs."

    Conclusion for these two states? Get rid of the illegals, the deficits disappear.

    Why did Arizonans pass their controversial law that permitted police to check the immigration status of those with whom they have a lawful contact?

    It wasn't just because illegals murder ranchers and are conducting what amounts to open warfare on these beleaguered Southwestern Americans. They are breaking the state financially. According to FAIR, illegals cost Arizonans $2.57 billion annually.

    To some, these estimates might seem high, but that is because FAIR calculates the cost by including every program for which illegals are eligible, and importantly, includes the cost of their U.S.-born children.

    Most calculations leave them out because those children are, they say, U.S. citizens. "We include these U.S. citizen children of illegal aliens because the fiscal outlays for them are a direct result of the illegal migration that led to their U.S. birth," FAIR reports.

    "We do so as well in the assumption that if the parents leave voluntarily or involuntarily they will take these children with them. The birth of these children and their subsequent medical care represent a large share of the estimated Medicaid and Child Health Insurance program expenditures associated with illegal aliens."

    As well, FAIR also includes, for instance, the cost that states create by giving aliens in-state college tuition or other forms of tuition assistance. About 60,000 illegals attend college in the 11 states that offer in-state tuition rates, at a cost of $244 million annually.

    California: A Case Study

    With the most illegal aliens, California is an excellent example of the distorted picture created when legislators and the media misreport the truth. Last year, the Los Angeles Times reported that illegals cost the state about $4 billion to $6 billion annually in three major areas: education, healthcare, and crime.

    According to the Times, illegals in the public school system cost just $2.3 billion. But the paper likely didn't count the U.S.-born children of illegals, also known as anchor babies. The real cost of illegals in California's public school system, kindergarten through high school, FAIR reports, is $11.1 billion annually.

    The Times claimed that 19,000 illegals in the state's justice system cost taxpayers $834 million.

    Not so, according to FAIR. The real figure is about $3.2 billion.

    The newspaper's estimate for healthcare was even further off:
    "The expected state tab for healthcare in fiscal 2009-10 is $703 million for as many as 780,000 illegal immigrants."
    Possibly, the paper is claiming that only 780,000 of California's 2.55 million illegals partake of state healthcare programs and use state healthcare facilities. Even then, the figure would be way off. According to FAIR, medical care for illegals costs Californians nearly $3 billion annually.

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    Granted, the Times figures are older, but an article published this year would likely show the same major discrepancies.

    Figures from L.A. County Supervisor Mike Antonovich sharpen FAIR's point.

    According to Antonovich, "In July 2010, $52 million in welfare benefits ($22 million CalWORKs + $30 million in Food Stamps) were issued to parents who reside in the United States illegally and collect benefits for their native-born children in Los Angeles County--representing an increase of $3.7 million from July 2009.

    This amounts to approximately 23 percent of all CalWORKs and Food Stamp issuances in the County. In 2009, CalWORKs and Food Stamp issuances to illegals totaled nearly $570 million. Based on the monthly figures in 2010, the total cost for the year will exceed $600 million."

    According to Eric Ruark, the lead researcher on the FAIR study, the explanation for the discrepancy between what FAIR and the Times reported, and likely figures most other sources would report, is that public officials "don't want to count the real costs."

    The Myth of Their Contributions

    The FAIR report is an extensive tour through the ledgers of federal and state governments.

    The states combined spend about $50 billion annually educating illegal aliens or the children of illegals.

    The states spend $8.7 billion policing and jailing them.

    The states pay $1 billion annually for illegal-alien mothers to give birth.
    Those children are, of course, "citizens" who enter the public schools.

    Uncompensated emergency medical care the states provide to illegals costs the taxpayers $7.5 billion.

    Reports from local news media explain the problem.

    In 2009, readers of the Miami Last year, undocumented immigrants visited Jackson [Hospital] 77,415 times, costing the system $38 million in unpaid care.

    So far this year, 54,858 visits have cost $33 million.

    That is less than 10 percent of the $500 million the system spends on charity care each year, but more than half of the $56 million that Jackson expects to lose this fiscal year. ... To get some of that money, Jackson submitted 2,908 claims in 2008 for $23.4 million. It was reimbursed $543,621.31. [That is a 2.3 percent rate of reimbursement.]

    In 2010, the Philadelphia Inquirer disclosed a classic case of "patient dumping," FAIR reports:

    Mrs. Kim is 4-foot-8, speaks no English, and has been in America, illegally, for a decade. She has arthritic knees and can no longer stand. She needs a nursing home. But none will take her. Because of her illegal status, she is ineligible for Medicaid, which pays the bill for two out of every three nursing-home residents.

    Without Medicaid, and with no means of her own, she became Abington's [hospital] problem. ... On March 12, after 80 days, the charges--the sticker price that few pay--were $444,208.63. The true cost of her care, said Louis Incognito, Abington's reimbursement director, was $1,200 a day--$96,000, and rising.

    And in January, the Las Vegas Review-Journal divulged the cost of providing kidney care to just a handful of illegal aliens:

    Six months after the Review-Journal revealed that 80 illegal immigrants with failing kidneys were running up about $2 million a month in bills for dialysis and other medical treatment at the only publicly supported hospital in Las Vegas, the situation for both patients and taxpayers only continues to worsen. ... With four new illegal immigrants now having their dialysis done at UMC's emergency room --and monthly visits jumping from 216 in August to 243 currently--the billed charges for the 84 illegal immigrants are now at about $2.4 million a month--or $28 million a year.

    Medicaid for the U.S.-born children of illegals costs $1.8 billion. The total the states pay to provide medical care for illegal aliens? $10.8 billion.

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    Illegals contribute virtually nothing to offset this astronomical expense. Their $9.5 billion contribution in federal taxes brings the federal bill for illegals down to about $20 billion, and their paltry $4 billion to state coffers lowers that bill to $80 billion.

    In short, even counting tax revenues federal and state treasuries receive from illegals, the cost remains at least $100 billion annually.

    And this cost does not count the added expense of American workers thrown onto unemployment and welfare rolls because illegal aliens take their jobs by working for lower wages. Nor does it account for the diminution of wages among American workers because illegal aliens compete for jobs and, again, are paid less (see sidebar, page 20).

    As Maywood Goes, So Goes the Country

    Maywood, California, then, with an estimated illegal population of 22,500, about half the city's population, is a microcosm of what happens when illegals become dominant in a city. This dominance did not occur through military conquest; in fact, illegal aliens were actually invited to come (Maywood, recall, is a "sanctuary" city) and then given access to public schools and other social-welfare programs. The illegals' dominance in Maywood increased too as a result of the flight of many American citizens.

    That, of course, has meant more than financial costs to the city. Because of the staggering number of illegals, police caught a disproportionate share of them in parking violations and police roadblocks. So the city, the Los Angeles Times reported in 2006, simply stopped certain police procedures: First, the city eliminated the Police Department's traffic division after complaints that officers unfairly targeted illegal immigrants.

    Then it made it much more difficult for police to tow cars whose owners didn't have driver's licenses, a practice that affected mostly undocumented people who could not obtain licenses.

    In January, the City Council passed a resolution opposing a proposed federal law that would criminalize illegal immigration and make local police departments enforce [federal] immigration law. Now, some in the community are pushing to rename one of the city's elementary schools after former Mexican President Benito Juarez and debating measures to improve the lives of illegal immigrants.

    Oddly, "Latino" activists complained that police were profiling Hispanics, according to La Prensa of San Diego.

    "We are outraged and demand an immediate investigation into growing reports that local law enforcement in May wood, California appear to be preying on Latino drivers," said Hector Flores, LULAC National President. "These motorists are being regularly stopped at checkpoints under the guise of traffic safety and losing their vehicles through tactics that smack of nothing less than shameless profiteering at the expense of the poor."

    As VDare.com observed, one wonders how much profiling the police could have done, inasmuch as nearly 44,000 of the city's 45,000 residents are Hispanic.

    No wonder the city is broke. Given California's Grecian fiscal condition, the state is headed in the same direction, as are others groaning under the weight of illegal aliens who force the states to cough up $80 billion a year to care for them.

    R. Cort Kirkwood is a longtime contributor to THE NEW AMERICAN. He has been writing about American politics and culture for more than 25 years and has won numerous awards for his writing, design, and artwork.

    RELATED ARTICLE: Lower Wages and Unemployed Americans

    Two persistent myths peddled by the open-borders lobby about illegal aliens are that they do not harm the wages or American workers, and even if they do, illegals in particular and immigrants in general do the jobs that Americans won't do.

    Four years ago, economist George Borjas of Harvard University conducted a study for Maricopa County, Arizona. He found that illegal aliens alone depressed wages in Arizona by $1.4 billion in 2006, and knocked 4.2 percent off the wages of low-skilled workers. According the Phoenix Business Journal, Borjas calculated "that illegals make up 10 percent of all state workers and decrease all wages by 1.5 percent."

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    Those findings are consistent with what Borjas reported for the Center for Immigration Studies in 2004.

    Between 1980 and 2000, Borjas wrote for the CIS, immigrants reduced the average wage of American workers by four percent, or $ 1,700 per worker. And "among natives without a high school education, who roughly correspond to the poorest tenth of the workforce, the estimated impact was even larger, reducing their wages by 7.4 percent."

    In 1997, working for the National Research Council, Borjas reported that immigration knocked wages down 44 percent between 1980 and 1995. In 1988, according to the New York Times, the Government Accountability Office found that "illegal aliens depress wages for some in U.S."

    This might be why Cesar Chavez, hero of the United Farm Workers, vigorously opposed illegal immigration and even sent goon squads to the border to stop illegals from entering the country. He accused the Immigration and Naturalization Service, forerunner of today's Immigration and Customs Control, of turning a blind eye to illegal-alien strikebreakers.

    But even worse, some Americans lose their jobs to immigrants. In 1995, Donald Huddle of Rice University calculated that immigrants displaced 730,000 American workers annually, at a cost of $4.3 billion. A few years earlier, in The Social Contract, he wrote that his "1982 and 1985 studies of displacement in the Houston metropolitan area indicate that for every 100 illegal alien workers, 70 legal workers are displaced or not able to obtain employment."

    And again, as with the truth that immigrants depress wages, the figures on displacement do not change over time. In September, using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Ed Rubenstein of VDare.com concluded that immigrants displace American workers. Over the last year, Rubenstein wrote:

    Immigrant employment rose 3.3%; native-born employment fell 0.7%

    Immigrant unemployment fell by 8.9%; native-born unemployment rose 1.3%

    The immigrant unemployment rate (unemployment relative to workforce) declined by 10.9%; the native-born unemployment rate rose 1.1 %. As a result:

    The native-born and immigrants switched places; last August, the native-born unemployment rate was 0.6 percentage points below that of immigrants; this August, the native-born rate was 0.6 percentage points above the immigrant rate.

    The second myth is that immigrants "do the jobs Americans won't do." The open-borders crowd avers that fruit would go unpicked, homes uncleaned, and buildings unbuilt without illegal-alien or immigrant labor. In a word, hooey.

    CIS studied Census data in 2009 and found that of nearly 500 civilian occupations, "only four are majority immigrant" and "account for less than 1 percent of the total U.S. workforce. Moreover, native-born Americans comprise 47 percent of workers in these occupations."

    As CIS reported, "Many jobs often thought to be overwhelmingly immigrant are in fact majority native-born:"

    Maids and housekeepers: 55 percent native-born

    Taxi drivers and chauffeurs: 58 percent native-born

    Butchers and meat processors: 63 percent native-born

    Grounds maintenance workers: 65 percent native-born

    Construction laborers: 65 percent native-born

    Porters, bellhops, and concierges: 71 percent native-born

    Janitors: 75 percent native-born

    The data from Rubenstein on rising and falling unemployment vis-a-vis immigrants vs. Americans suggest that illegals wouldn't have the jobs they do and Americans would still be doing them if the borders were secure.

    http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Illega.....-a0243519603
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    A good example of unemployment dropping when illegals leave is Alabama. That was before the DOJ sued the state on the behalf of illegal foreign naitonals. They don't seem to sue sanctuary cities, just states that want Federal law enforced.

    Alabama's Unemployment Rate Plummets In Wake Of Tougher Illegal Immigration Laws

    By Bill Hobbs | January 23, 2012 | 6:39 PM EST
    Alabama's unemployment rate has suddenly started dropping fast - and much faster than its neighboring states - raising the intriguing possibility that the conventional wisdom that illegal immigrants "take jobs that Americans won't do" is wrong, at least when the economy is terrible.

    The state's unemployment rate fell 1.2 percentage points in three months - September through November - a much faster improvement than achieved in any of its neighboring states.

    Alabama's unemployment rate in November was 8.1 percent, compared to 9.8 percent just three months before, and dropped twice as fast over three months as it did in Tennessee, down 0.6 percent to 9.1 percent, and Florida, where it dropped 0.6 to 10 percent.

    Alabama's sudden drop in unemployment also far outstrips neighboring Georgia, where unemployment declined 0.4 percent to 9..9 percent, and in Mississippi, where unemployment dropped a mere tenth of a percent, to 10.5 percent.

    On Friday, Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley announced the state's unemployment rate continued to plummet in December, to 8.1 percent. While official Bureau of Labor Statistics numbers won't be released until later this week for all of the states, it is clear that something good is happening in Alabama, where unemployment has dropped below the national average.

    Some are suggesting that the state's new laws designed to push back against illegal immigration are the reason for the sudden improvement in Alabama's unemployment rate.

    In December, Chuck Ellis, a member of the city council in Northern Alabama’s Marshall County, told the Daily Caller that the suddenly-plummeting unemployment rate is "proof that people - American Citizens [and] legal migrants, have suffered at the hands of politicians who choose politics over economics." He pointed to the fact that in his county, population 95,000, with a workforce of 30,000, "there are over 600 people who now have jobs that they didn’t have 6 months ago."

    In that same story, Mark Krikorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, a D.C. -based advocacy group, said that it was "certainly plausible that immigration enforcement - and the subsequent drop in the number of illegals - enabled unemployed Americans to find work." He went on to say this: "Americans with the highest unemployment rates — young workers, less-educated workers, minority workers — are the ones facing the greatest job competition from illegal aliens, and thus would benefit the most from the departure of those illegal aliens."

    Of course, correlation isn't causation. It is certainly possible that Alabama's tough new anti-illegal immigration laws had little or nothing to do with Alabama's sudden emergence as a center of job-growth.

    But if the new state unemployment numbers released this week show Alabama continuing to outpace its neighbors in reducing its unemployment rate, it will be more and more difficult to make that argument - and easier for lawmakers and candidates who favor a tougher stance on illegal immigration to make the argument that it is a crucial and necessary step in reviving the American economy so that it is producing more jobs for Americans and legal residents.
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    Alabama jobless rate falls amid immigration reform


    NEIL MUNRO
    White House Correspondent

    11:11 PM 12/18/2011


    Titus Howard of Birmingham, Ala., pulls plastic from fields as he tries his hand at field work in Steele, Ala., Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011. Howard took on the job after migrant workers fled the area because of the stiff new Alabama immigration law, leaving many farmers without enough help to harvest their crops. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)


    Alabama’s unemployment rate fell at a record pace in November amid stepped-up efforts by President Barack Obama’s deputies to frustrate enforcement of the state’s popular new immigration reform.

    The state’s unemployment rate fell 0.6 percent in November to 8.7 percent, according to new state reports, partly because the state’s employers opened up jobs to Americans after shedding illegal immigrants.
    The unemployment rate is far below October’s rate of 9.3 percent and September’s rate of 9.8 percent.
    “The continued drop is proof that people — American Citizens [and] legal migrants, have suffered at the hands of politicians who choose politics over economics,” said Chuck Ellis, a council member in Northern Alabama’s Marshall County.

    “What’s really amazing is that in Marshall County, a county of 95,000 residents, 30,000 workforce eligible, there are over 600 people who now have jobs that they didn’t have 6 months ago,” he said.
    In November the county’s unemployment rate dropped 0.7 percent, from 8.1 percent to 7.4 percent.
    “Is that a difference of great significance? Ask those families for an answer as they undertake the Christmas season,” Ellis said.

    Department of Justice officials, including civil-regulation chief Tom Perez, have repeatedly visited the state to invite people to make claims of discrimination.

    Perez is pushing ahead with a lawsuit intended to gut the reform, which was supported by members of both parties, and by both white and African-American legislators.

    Perez’s efforts have been broadcast by many established media outlets, many of which have also highlighted the reform’s painful impact on illegal immigrants. Few outlets, however, have detailed the beneficial impact of the state’s falling unemployment rate.

    Administration officials have cracked down on immigration enforcement by several states in partial exchange for promises by the Hispanic lobbies to spur turnout by Democratic-leaning Hispanic voters in 2012.
    The lobbies had sought a federal amnesty, but rising public opposition has deterred Democrats from seriously promoting any amnesty since Obama’s 2008 election.

    In compensation for their inaction, the federal government and allied Hispanic lobbies have already sued several other states, including New Mexico, South Carolina, Georgia and Arizona.

    On Thursday, Perez also announced a litany of complaints about the sheriff of Maricopa County, Ariz. Perez, who opened his Thursday press conference by saying “Buenos Dias,” also said he would stop helping the sheriff enforce federal immigration laws.

    “We’re going to fight back, we’re going to show the politics involved. … The president wants to get the Hispanic vote,” Sheriff Joe Arpaio said in a Fox interview Dec. 16.

    The Alabama reform copied federal immigration laws, making it more difficult for local entrepreneurs and businesses to hire or trade with illegal immigrants. Top state officials, including Gov. Robert Bentley, have said they’ll make some trims to the law in the new year to defeat the legal challenges by Obama’s deputies, business lobbies and immigration advocates.

    In October, Alabama was ranked 37th-worst in the nation for unemployment. November’s numbers pushed the state up to 30th place, based on the October rankings.

    In a complex economy, “it’s certainly plausible that immigration enforcement — and the subsequent drop in the number of illegals — enabled unemployed Americans to find work,” said Mark Krikorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, a D.C. -based advocacy group.

    “Americans with the highest unemployment rates — young workers, less-educated workers, minority workers — are the ones facing the greatest job competition from illegal aliens, and thus would benefit the most from the departure of those illegal aliens,” he added.

    The state’s new immigration reform gets much of the credit from local boosters, although stepped-up Christmas hiring likely played some role. However, Alabama reduced its unemployment much more than the adjacent states of Mississippi and Georgia.

    In Georgia, the unemployment rate fell to 9.9 percent in November, down from 10.2 percent in October and 10.3 percent in September.

    In Mississippi, the November numbers have not been released, but the state’s unemployment rate stayed steady at 10.6 percent in October and 10.6 percent in September.

    In Alabama, the unemployment rate is lower in northern counties.

    For example, Madison County’s rate was 6.9 percent in November, down from a September level of 8.2 percent, according to the state’s Department of Industrial Relations.

    The highest rate of unemployment are in the southern, majority-black districts of WIlcox, Perry, and Bullock. In November, their unemployment rates were 15.5 percent or greater.

    http://dailycaller.com/2011/12/18/al...ration-reform/


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