Monday, March 23, 2009

Illegals upsetting some local economy's

I read in the paper today that illegal’s are returning to their own countries or maybe just moving somewhere else. Some schools had expanded in the past few years to accommodate increased enrollment and now they face an exodus. This has spilled over into rental units and the local economy as well.

This is a major reason why we have immigration laws. It allows for a steady, controllable and orderly number of people to enter the United States. Knowing how many people will enter allows for a more orderly increase in infrastructure. Planning is much easier when people are not breaking the laws. I predict that the exodus will prove costly until to those areas that allowed large number of illegals. For those areas that have not expanded or were about to expand because of illegal’s they should see a reduction in infrastructure costs.


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