Romano, Andrew; Ramirez Illegal immigrants tend to settle in border states and large cities. Where they live -- and how each state's senators voted, Jessica
June 2007
Newsweek;6/18/2007, Vol. 149 Issue 25, p37
A map of the United States is presented, showing information on illegal immigration and how each state's Senators voted on an immigration bill moving through Congress.


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