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March 23, 2012



El Segundo Landing for Smuggling Boat

"Fifteen men, four women and a boy were detained Wednesday on suspicion of trying to enter the United States illegally after their fishing boat landed on the beach in El Segundo, authorities said. The Mexican-style panga hit the shore at 6:45 a.m. on the beach south of the Chevron refinery near the NRG power plant on Vista del Mar, federal officials said," the LA Daily News writes.

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Study Blames Enforcement for Illegal Immigration

"U.S. policies and laws aimed at improving the nation's immigration system have unintentionally spurred more immigrants - authorized or not - to stay in the United States, according to a new paper released today," says News10.net.

"The paper, 'Unintended Consequences of U.S. Immigration Policy,' released by Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, seeks to explain the reasons behind the surge in immigrants from Latin America since 1965, placing blame on the elimination of a legal - but vilified - migrant worker program, intervention in wars in various Latin American countries and more difficulties in entering - legally or otherwise - the United States."

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Immigration Documentary Opens in East Hampton

"'They Come to America,' a documentary that takes a nonpartisan look at the human and financial cost of illegal immigration, will have its big screen debut at Guild Hall in East Hampton on March 31," Patch.com writes. "'I'm a little nervous about showing the film in my hometown because illegal immigration sparks its fair share of heavy emotion and opinion,' Lynch said. 'But regardless of peoples' differences, I think everyone agrees the issue can no longer be ignored. And so I'm hopeful the film can play it's roll in forcing D.C. to address the situation.'"

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Risky Crossings as order Deaths for Illegal Aliens Remain Constant

"One of the chief problems with the immigration debate is that nobody knows how many illegal immigrants are in the U.S., nor how many try to cross the border each year. The best authorities can do is point to the number of crossers apprehended each year by the Border Patrol. Officials used to use a rule of thumb that for every person apprehended, another three or four successfully evaded capture and made it through," the Washington Times writes.

"The recent decline in apprehensions would suggest fewer people are trying to enter the U.S. But the fact that deaths have remained high could mean that traffic has shifted to different areas, but remains steady."

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