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Date February 2, 2024

Arizona: This population trend is not sustainable

Arizonans are living more densely than ever before but have lost over 1 million acres of open space over a 35-year period due to population growth.

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Date February 2, 2024

Texas Sprawl Study Unveiled at EarthX, 2023

NumbersUSA sent a team to the Texas State Fair grounds in Dallas, TX, home of the largest Earth Day exposition in the world, EarthX. We presented our new study on Texas sprawl, and shared our exhibit with over a fifteen hundred people, most of whom were not surprised to learn that Texas has lost more … Continued

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Date February 2, 2024

The Illusion of Limitless Texas Habitat

Condensed from the full, 40-minute presentation of NumbersUSA's key findings in its 2023 study of Texas urban sprawl and loss of open space. Roy Beck, one of the study's three authors, presented the findings at the largest Earth Day exposition in the world in Dallas, April 2023.

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Date January 30, 2024

“Worker Shortage” or Employer Preference?

There is a long history of legislation siding with employers' preferences for foreign labor over Black Americans. We have the receipts.

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Date January 25, 2024

Treat Essential Workers Better

Most of the people celebrated as “essential workers” during the pandemic were part of the working classes whose interests had been ignored and devalued for decades by the makers of immigration policies -- policies that had steadily depressed their wages and their labor participation rates. And, of course, many of them were immigrants themselves who now found their climb up the economic ladder depressed by each annual legal arrival of a million more permanent competitors, not counting the unauthorized foreign workers.

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