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Turning Again to Immigration Reform

May 3, 2013 in Economics

The Senate this coming week will begin amending the bipartisan “Gang of Eight” immigration reform bill. The cornerstones of the proposed legislation are increased border security and a path to legal residency for undocumented migrants, but Cato has long argued that a key component of politically feasible immigration reform has to be increased numbers of guest workers and legal immigrants. “Only a timely, cheap, and lawful way to enter and work in the United States will stanch unauthorized immigration and grow our economy,” argues Cato scholar Alex Nowrasteh.

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