Indiana is one of several states that, in recent decades, have seen a major change in terms of the share of the population comprised of immigrants. As recently as 1990, just 1.7 percent of Indiana’s population was foreign-born. By 2010, that figure had almost tripled, reaching 4.6 percent. And by 2014, close to 5 percent of the state’s population was made up of individuals born in other countries.
New American Economy brings together more than 500 mayors and business leaders who support immigration reforms that will help create jobs for Americans today. More…
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