crackdown on illegal immigrants, widely seen as the toughest in the
United States, could cost the state's economy up to $10.8 billion,
according to a new study .
The Alabama law, passed in
June, requires police to detain people they suspect of being in the U...
"Alabama’s harsh immigration law
has stirred controversy since it went into effect in September. The
statute, which among other things requires police to question people
they suspect of being in the U.S. illegally, has prompted thousands of
immigrants to flee the state. The law’s...
"Giovanni Peri, an Italian-born economist at UC Davis, is quickly becoming one of the most important voices in America's immigration debate. Featured in the Wall Street Journal last week and cited often by the New York Times and others, Peri's work sheds light on the positive effects immigrant...