A report on Colorado's bold new tactics for dealing with illegal immigration from the Denver Post:
Colorado's new law banning state spending on illegal immigrants has cost more than $2 million to enforce—and has saved the state nothing.
Less than a year after politically charged debates on illegal immigration, officials are reporting high costs, no savings and unexpected problems with the new laws….
Eighteen departments reported adding $2.03 million in costs while not saving any money. None of the departments could say how many, if any, illegal immigrants were being denied state-funded services.
Via the WSJ's Best of the Web.