Study says county spent $250 million on illegals in 2006-2007
Last updated 9/20/2007 at Noon
A recent in-depth study commissioned by the County of San Diego revealed $250 million in estimated costs was spent on undocumented residents in the Fiscal Year 2006-2007.
“The study not only confirms my suspicions, but the findings are worse than I could have imagined,” said Fifth District Supervisor Bill Horn in a press release dated September 14. “While more than $100 million in taxpayer’s dollars is drained from our budget every year to provide services to people who are in this country illegally, there is another $154 million in costs for un-reimbursed emergency medical care. W...