Federalism: Do States Have the Right to Restrict Illegal Immigration?
Federal law regulates immigration to the United States but they expect the States to pay for the immigrants once they are here, without being able to set their own limitations. In the end of the twentieth century immigrants came in record numbers, mostly effecting California, Texas and New York. California's border with Mexico provides entry into the United States for thousands of illegal immigrants every year. They cross rivers on foot or travel in the trunks of cars, hoping to get across. Once across, illegal immigrants have access to low-paying jobs, free public education, and are eligi…
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