Immigration-driven growth is lowering our quality of life.

During the past 20 years, America has lost more than 11.5 million acres to development. A majority of the loss was a result of the U.S. population growing by nearly 40 million people. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, our country is poised to add another 75 million people by 2060 — with roughly 90% due to immigration.

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Porous borders are unsustainable, drive overpopulation and overcrowding

Northern U.S. cities such as New York, Chicago, Washington D.C. cannot keep up with migrant influxes, living in tents, sleeping on streets, and wandering aimlessly about unfamiliar places. Be a strong voice for border security to help minimize migrants’ hardships. A compassionate immigration policy includes border enforcement that will help save the lives of vulnerable migrants who perish in ill-advised journey’s north. An estimated 700 migrants have died this year alone in their futile efforts to reach the U.S.

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Weather-related disasters increase with U.S. population growth

Florida is now America’s third most populated state at 21 million people (2020). Last week the state was, once again, set upon by a massive hurricane — Hurricane Ian. This was Florida’s most costly storm ever, with storm-related costs estimated at $66 billion in property damage, and almost 100 deaths. It’s simple — more people mean more houses and infrastructure, which makes hurricanes more costly and destructive.

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