Immigrants here illegally could be denied public benefits
HCR 2060, if approved, would go to voters

Backed by Republican lawmakers, House Speaker Ben Toma answers questions Monday, Feb. 19, 2024, on his proposal to deny benefits to those not here legally and impose new penalties on the employers who knowingly hire them. (Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services photo)

Backed by Republican lawmakers, House Speaker Ben Toma answers questions Monday, Feb. 19, 2024, on his proposal to deny benefits to those not here legally and impose new penalties on the employers who knowingly hire them. (Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services photo)

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