Continuing its push for comprehensive immigration reform, the White House has released state-specific reports illustrating the economic benefits of enacting broad-based legislation to fix the nation’s broken immigration system. According to independent data, immigration reform will spur economic growth by encouraging job creation, capital investment, and increased productivity. Comprehensive reform will also enable employers to meet high and low-skilled workforce demand, generate additional tax revenue, and create higher rates of entrepreneurship in the U.S. In a coast-to-coast comparison of immigration reform’s projected benefits, California is expected to receive $7.3 billion in economic output and create approximately 77,070 new jobs in 2014, while New York will add $3.4 billion in economic output and generate 33,476 new jobs during the same time period. For a complete listing of state-by-state figures, please click here.