Are Local Crackdowns Forcing Immigrants Out?

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States and towns across the country are passing measures aimed at cracking down on illegal immigration, and there is anecdotal evidence that undocumented immigrants are moving out of those areas.

There are reports of declining school enrollments, panic home sales and sharply falling business at shops catering to Hispanics.



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