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In a recent study Dr. Eaton from UMKC's Center for Economic Information in collaboration with the Greater Kansas City Community Foundation, examined the ecomonic and fiscal contributions of Missouri immigrants were examined.
The findings of the reasearch study showed:
-Immigrant jobs contribute to state and local taxes revenues
-Population and economic growth in Missouri can be attributed to immigrants
-The presence of immigrants has positive impacts on native employment and income and Missouri's fiscal situation
The outcomes of Binational Health Week (BHW) for 2012 are here!
Opportunities to hear nationally recognized motivational speakers, attend workshops that offer personal, professional and leadership development, and networking.
This weekend in Kansas City discussions break out on the hot topics of immigration and healthcare reform and their impacts on the Latino community.