Tovin Lapan reports on March 2, 2012:
As immigration issues keep getting peppered into presidential debates and the back and forth between the GOP and Democrats in the lead up to the general election, a lot of interesting and informative reports are being released on immigration, many of which are making good use of the 2010 census data.
The March/April issue of Mother Jones has an analysis of the immigration laws passed across the country since 2010.
Nevada does not factor into the analysis much, but it is an interesting analysis of the various laws passed throughout the US and which states have crafted the most legislation regarding immigrants.
The article is accompanied by a database that list all of the laws passed since 2010 in each state.
The Mother Jones article also maps Pew Hispanic Center data showing changes in state populations of unauthorized immigrants.