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

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

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


About the Author:

Matt Connelly is the founder of Campfire Colorado.