Yes, Immigration Reform Even Cuts the Deficitby
Another talking point bites the dust. Opponents of the comprehensive immigration reform working its way through the U.S. Senate have often decried the high cost of legalizing undocumented immigrants. The working theory is that people who endure low wages and a host of other hardships for the opportunity to work undercover would opt for government welfare once they are permitted to work legally.
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