Want to Stall, not Stimulate, the Economy?
Released on Wed, Feb 04, 2009
Efforts by anti-immigrant groups to persuade Congress to expand the E-Verify program as part of the economic stimulus bill would hinder, not help, the U.S. economy's recovery. IPC’s analysis shows that any attempt to expand E-Verify overnight would be a costly and chaotic mistake that would neither help the economy nor fix our broken immigration system.
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