It doesn’t sound like the results of the 2012 presidential election will deter Kris Kobach from his mission to fight illegal immigration at the state and local levels. Characterizing illegal immigration as “the ultimate unfunded mandate,” the Kansas secretary of state told NPR: “If state and local government can add their shoulders to the wheel and help to increase the total amount of enforcement, that will change the cost-benefit analysis of your typical illegal alien who says, ‘You know what, it’s getting harder for me to work illegally in the United States. It’s getting harder for me to get these public benefits, and I’m going to go home.’”
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