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Lawsuit Charges Environmental Impacts of High Legal, Illegal Immigration Ignored

Immigration Reform Law Institute
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Immigration Impact

Whitewater Draw Natural Resource Conservation District
v.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security

 

The singular century of abundant energy

We're in a pickle. We're importing more and more people from low-consuming countries into America, where they will live at higher consumption levels. Higher consumption necessitates the use of more environmental resources and of course, more energy.

Denver, Aurora create formal groups to help integrate immigrants, refugees

Number of new immigrants has held steady in Denver, but grown rapidly in Aurora
Denver Post
Thursday, August 18, 2016
Colorado News

Two large cities in the metro area have stepped up their role to help immigrants and refugees integrate into their communities.

Africa's birthrate is affecting all of humanity

All Western countries stabilized their populations by about 1970 by averaging 2.0 children or less per female. Yet immigration, both legal and illegal, continues flooding into the United States of America—it also pours into Canada, Australia and Europe.

Immigration driving population to unsustainable levels

The Oregonian
Monday, July 11, 2016
Immigration Impact

"The population explosion" was an openly discussed issue some 40 or more years ago. But in recent decades the whole idea of overpopulation and even the word itself have come into ill repute and are studiously avoided in public conversation.

Chart: Colorado is the second-fastest growing state in the U.S.

Mass immigration drives U.S. population growth and interstate migration
Denver Post
Friday, July 8, 2016
Immigration Impact
Colorado added 100,986 people to its population between 2014 and 2015, making it the second-fastest growing state in the U.S., according to recent population estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau.
 

Demography: Census Data: Most Common Age For Whites Is 56, 9 For Hispanics

Daily Caller
Thursday, June 30, 2016
Immigration Impact

... The most common age of white American residents is 56 years old, 27 years old for Asian Americans, 25 years old for black Americans, and nine years old for Hispanic Americans, according to June 2016 census data.

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