Earlier this month, I reported that illegals cost Ohio taxpayers nearly $900 million a year, and those figures were based on numbers from a couple years ago meaning the figure is higher now. In 2010, it was estimated that there were at least 110,000 illegals living in Ohio. Five years later that figure has surely increased as the Obama administration continues to welcome future Democratic illegal voters.
I also reported that illegals cost Maryland taxpayers $1.9 billion a year. Like Ohio, that figure is based upon information a couple years old which means they are quickly approaching the $2 billion mark. In 2010, it was estimated that there were 295,000 illegals living in Maryland. Five years later the number of illegals in Maryland should easily exceed 300,000.
Now it’s time to share with you the impact illegals have on North Carolina. In 2010, it was estimated that there were 410,000 illegals living in the Tar Hell state. That figure is most likely approaching 450,000 illegals by now. The cost burden for North Carolina taxpayers is $2 billion a year.
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