The United States thought they had lost control of the borders and said there were too many illegal i...
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... by using SS numbers that do not belong to them and having taxes deducted from their checks but earning so little they get doesn’t come close to what they use , social services. ANother important thing was taking up space in prison and paying for the utilities and medical they needed in prison. One main thing was applying disproportionately for welfare, WIC, EBT, and section 8 housing in names of their children. Also, driving ER’s and trauma centers out of business for not paying the bills, since we can not track illegal immigrants. Extra policing was needed because of the drug cartels that had come over from immigration and were taking advantage of the situation. A mass number of non English speakers came into the county, which forced schools to hire extra staff and state, county and municipal agencies to employ translators and print materials in several languages.
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