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Denver will now require that contractors on city construction projects check the immigration status of their employees. The city council gave final approval to the measure Monday night. It requires companies use the federal E-Verify program to check whether workers are in the country legally. The program works by checking information collected by an employer… Continue Reading Denver OKs immigration checks on construction work

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Arizona’s legal response to illegal immigrants may be challenged by the federal government, but the rest of us close to the Mexican border cannot and should not sit idle on the sidelines: it is as much a Colorado Springs issues as any. An immigration artery, aka I-25, runs through our midst. We could argue endlessly… Continue Reading Illegal immigrants: Answer to debt crisis

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An El Paso County District Court ordered a Colorado Springs business, the Immigration Center, to stop doing business today, saying it has been defrauding customers wanting help completing immigration forms. The Office of the Attorney General filed a lawsuit against owners Charles Doucette, Deborah Stilson and Alfred Boyce, in August accusing them of posing as… Continue Reading Springs business shut down, accused of defrauding immigrants

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Boulder’s city manager has suspended all city-sponsored travel to Arizona because of the state’s tough new immigration law. City Manager Jane Brautigam said Wednesday the Arizona law is contrary to Boulder’s commitment to diversity and violates Boulder’s “core values.” The Arizona law requires local and state law enforcement officers to question people about their immigration… Continue Reading Boulder bans Arizona travel

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 At least one Washington think-tank believes that comprehensive immigration reform can save $15 trillion in added gross domestic product during the next 10 years. The Center for American Progress report, “Raising the Floor for American Workers,” says that the evidence is a “compelling” reason to move away from enforcement-only policies that “perpetuate unauthorized immigration and… Continue Reading Dueling immigration studies consider amnesty program

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