Costs of immigration enforcement largely untracked

ATLANTA – Most Georgia counties do not keep track of how much local taxpayer money goes toward their part in carrying out enhanced immigration enforcement, but the costs are likely substantial, according to a new report. Read the full article on the Valdosta Daily Times.

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