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Colorado’s Immigration Law Costs $13 Million Annually, Report Says

Published: Dec 13, 2012 11:00 am By: Rosa Ramirez

"A Colorado immigration law passed in 2006 requiring local law enforcement to report unauthorized immigrants to federal officials costs the state at least $13 million each year, according to a Denver Westword article.

The story, which cited a recent Colorado Fiscal Institute study, noted that costs rise because immigrants turned over to federal immigration officials had spent an average of 22 days longer in county jails than other arrestees."

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