Economic Impact of Immigration by State

2/14/2017 - Professor of Political Science Brad Jones at WalletHub.

Since taking office, President Donald Trump has kept his promise to reform immigration policy. He first signed an executive order on Jan. 25 to begin constructing a concrete wall along the southern U.S. border with Mexico. Another directive followed two days later, temporarily barring entry of immigrants from seven countries and all refugees. But such changes may affect not only international travelers but also state economies, albeit to varying degrees.

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