‘Dreamer’ Migrants Make U.S. Economy Stronger

Economics can be used to identify tradeoffs in public policy by enumerating costs and benefits. President Donald Trump’s decision not to allow the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program to continue will create economic costs, if Congress does not act. The U.S. stands to lose hundreds of thousands of productive workers, the value those workers generate, and the taxes those workers pay.

Source: BloombergView


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