EL NUEVO HERALD - El análisis titulado El costo de la complicidad, realizado por el Community Justice Project, la Coalición de Inmigrantes de Florida (FLIC) y la organización de Homestead WeCount!, concluye que el costo para los contribuyentes es mucho más alto que los estimados oficiales. El condado declaró que tuvo un gasto de $50,000 por cuatro meses de retenciones.
MIAMI HERALD - Alana Greer, a lawyer who helped write the report, said it makes sense that a higher number of first-time offenders would be turned over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement because the more serious offenders would be stuck in jail. Immigration generally takes custody of the suspected immigration offenders after they’re released from local custody.
MIAMI NEW TIMES - Instead, according to a report multiple local civil rights groups released yesterday, Miami-Dade's infamous anti-sanctuary policies have cost taxpayers $12.5 million in 2017 and are on pace to cost the county $13.6 million annually. The data, compiled by the activist organizations the Community Justice Project, Florida Immigrant Coalition, and WeCount!, was first reported by CBS Miami this past Sunday.