Glenwood’s future: affordable housing, traffic, cash |

Glenwood’s future: affordable housing, traffic, cash

Dear Editor,

Boy, keep this columnist, Hal Sundin! He is not only right, he is outstanding!

At this time, the United States is spending: (Taken from U.S. Census Bureau, January 2003) “The most recent estimate places the net cost of post-1969 immigrants at $61 billion in 2000 alone ($35 billion from legal immigrants and $26 billion from illegal immigrants).” In the last 20 years, the United States has admitted more immigrants than it did in the previous 65 years.

Annually, American workers (including recently arrived immigrants) lose $133 billion in wages due to wage depression and displacement from jobs because of continued mass immigration.

Marty Lich


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