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Argument: Increased border controls have not historically decreased illegal immigration

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==Parent debate== ==Parent debate==
 +*[[Debate:700 mile illegal immigration fence on the US Mexico border]]
==Supporting evidence== ==Supporting evidence==
*'''[http://www.ppic.org/main/pressrelease.asp?p=275 Public Policy Institute of California]''' - "Despite an eight-year effort, and a cost of more than $2.5 billion annually, increased enforcement along the U.S.-Mexican border [since 1994] has failed to reduce unauthorized immigration, according to a report released today by the nonpartisan Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC). [The Study is titled "Holding the Line?: The Effect of the Recent Border Build-up on Unauthorized Immigration.][http://www.ppic.org/main/pressrelease.asp?p=275]...Authors Belinda Reyes, Hans Johnson, and Richard Van Swearingen find that the total number of unauthorized immigrants living in the United States increased substantially in the mid to late 1990s - coinciding with the period of increased enforcement." *'''[http://www.ppic.org/main/pressrelease.asp?p=275 Public Policy Institute of California]''' - "Despite an eight-year effort, and a cost of more than $2.5 billion annually, increased enforcement along the U.S.-Mexican border [since 1994] has failed to reduce unauthorized immigration, according to a report released today by the nonpartisan Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC). [The Study is titled "Holding the Line?: The Effect of the Recent Border Build-up on Unauthorized Immigration.][http://www.ppic.org/main/pressrelease.asp?p=275]...Authors Belinda Reyes, Hans Johnson, and Richard Van Swearingen find that the total number of unauthorized immigrants living in the United States increased substantially in the mid to late 1990s - coinciding with the period of increased enforcement."

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  • Public Policy Institute of California - "Despite an eight-year effort, and a cost of more than $2.5 billion annually, increased enforcement along the U.S.-Mexican border [since 1994] has failed to reduce unauthorized immigration, according to a report released today by the nonpartisan Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC). [The Study is titled "Holding the Line?: The Effect of the Recent Border Build-up on Unauthorized Immigration.][1]...Authors Belinda Reyes, Hans Johnson, and Richard Van Swearingen find that the total number of unauthorized immigrants living in the United States increased substantially in the mid to late 1990s - coinciding with the period of increased enforcement."

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