High-Skilled Immigrants Fuel Economic Growth

8/24/2016 - Professor of Economics Giovanni Peri in The Daily Caller.

Since 2009, the U.S. economy has grown slowly, which, one hopes, would inspire elected officials to support policies to improve productivity, labor force growth and entrepreneurship. Despite this, with the exception of Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) and his “I-Squared” Act, most members of Congress who have introduced immigration bills have aimed to shut down high-skilled immigration, rather than adopt policies to promote economic growth.

Read the full story in The Daily Caller.