Colorado Takes “Huge Step” Toward Becoming Refuge for Illegal Immigrants

By Matt Connelly
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Axios Denver reports this morning that Colorado took a “huge step” toward becoming a “refuge for undocumented immigrants” this month thanks to a law signed by Governor Jared Polis. 

John Frank at Axios Denver has more details on the development:

“With little notice, Colorado took a huge step this month toward becoming a refuge for undocumented immigrants.

Driving the news: Legal U.S. residency is no longer required to obtain state and local government benefits, professional licenses or business permits under a law that took effect July 1.”

AXIOS: Legal U.S. residency no longer required for Colorado benefits – Read More

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Matt Connelly is the founder of Campfire Colorado.