The last time expansive immigration reform was passed by Congress and enacted was in 1986 – more than 36 years ago. A gallon of regular gas at the time cost 93 cents, and a dozen eggs cost 87 cents.
While our grocery and gas bills have changed dramatically, our country’s immigration system has not kept pace – even though the United States faces a looming demographic crisis, with population growth at just 0.1% a year, and too few workers to fill crucial roles across our economy. Both of these issues could be addressed through increased immigration.
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