White House pushes Heritage research

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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.”

You can read the full article that the White House linked to here >>

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