Your voice continues to be heard in the Trump administration.
Tuesday, the White House pushed out a statement on the RAISE Act–directly quoting and linking to Heritage research.
The RAISE (Reforming American Immigration for Strong Employment) Act would limit the future of low-skill immigration which could save taxpayers trillions of dollars.
Here is the White House statement:
The Heritage Foundation’s Robert Rector and Jamie Bryan Hall recently analyzed the economic benefits of the Trump-backed RAISE Act and found that “the RAISE Act has the potential to save U.S. taxpayers trillions of dollars in future years.”
Rector and Hall noted that a number of studies have shown that low-wage immigration reduces the wages of U.S.-born workers, with some studies showing “wage losses as high as 17 percent.”
Because of your support, Heritage experts are able to continually share their research, plans, and conservative solutions with the administration.
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