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Proposal would harm New Jersey’s residents, finances and hospitals.
The state would lose 4.9 percent of GDP without undocumented immigrants.
Too many workers receive very small tax credits – or none at all – because they aren’t raising kids.
Behind each of the decisions – which were made by all branches of government and both parties – examined in the report were two unstated assumptions.
Without Access to State Financial Aid, A College Degree Remains Out of Reach for Many Undocumented New Jerseyans
2013’s tuition equity law has helped a few hundred students but cost remains huge barrier.