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How Changes in Immigration Policy Would Affect the Federal Budget
Source: Congressional Budget Office
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During the past two years, the Congress has considered proposals to modify the nation’s immigration system.
Wall Street Journal: Oregon’s innovative approach shows that states may lead the way.
Monday’s report from the Congressional Budget Office on the country’s long-term economic outlook underscores what budget experts have long known: The rising cost of health care is the single largest driver of the gloomy long-term fiscal outlook for the U.S. 27 more words
There’s an old joke that asks, “Why did God create economists?” The answer: “To make weather forecasters look good.”
This wisecrack is particularly apt on Tuesday, a day when many on the East Coast woke up to find that the storm billed as the blizzard of the century turned out to be a run-of-the-mill snow fall. 735 more words
Congressional Budget Office: Obamacare costs $50,000 in taxpayer money for every American who gets health insurance
The Congressional Budget Office has a sterling reputation for collecting accurate data and making credible predictions about basic economic and fiscal trends. CBO analyses, which are based on current law, are generally accepted as valid by both liberals and conservatives. 314 more words