Immigration Helps Decrease Crime, Violence, Researcher Says

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Immigrants typically commit fewer crimes than native-born Americans and immigration at the community level has a negative or no effect on violence, says criminologist Ramiro Martinez of Florida International University, writing in The Criminologist. It should be surprising that authors of the controversial new Arizona immigration law apparently believe the opposite, he says. Some immigration
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