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Growth of Latino, Asian populations slows in outlying areas

author Published by Chris Chmielenski

Immigration control advocates hailed the slowdown, saying it would ease pressure on schools, hospitals and other public services, and open up wider job opportunities for U.S. citizens.

“Any decline in immigration is good for most Americans and especially good for Hispanic Americans and black Americans,” said Roy Beck of NumbersUSA, an immigration control group. “There will be less competition for jobs and less pressure on natural resources and public infrastructure.”,0,2296003.story

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