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Old 09-15-2007, 10:31 AM
 
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That seems like a really high figure, incredible really. I'm aware of this issue in Stockton and other areas of CA, but 2 out of 3 births are 'anchor babies'. Is there a reference on a credible web site that states this value?

I'm curious as to the overall financial impact on the affected states (CA, AZ, etc.). How significant are these expenses to the state's economic health? Are there cutbacks in other areas of the budget? Is it pushing these states towards debt?
I think it is about right when you are talking about CA and the illegals. Here is the link though there are some pretty scary numbers here:

Immigration debate gets angrier - [domain blocked due to spam]

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