My seven years as Colorado governor have seen momentous changes: recession and prosperity, catastrophic forest fires and drought, massive transportation improvements and new state parks, a completely new approach to public education and tax policy. But other more subtle changes have also been taking place. Perhaps the most significant transformation of our state's economy, culture and character is the extraordinary growth in the number of illegal aliens.
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Posted on Wed, April 12, 2006
by The Wall Street Journal