Hispanic Immigrants Add Billions to Carolina Economy
Radley Balko notes “A new study from North Carolina shows that Hispanics add some $9.2 billion to the Tarheel economy, while costing the state just $61 million in schools, roads, hospitals, and prisons. That’s a pretty massive surplus.”
There are good reasons why one might oppose a large influx of non-English speaking immigrants from the developing world, let alone enforce our immigration laws. That they are a massive drain to the economy, however, is not among them.