To follow up on Robert VerBruggen’s points about how the Schumer-Rounds-King amendment might end up incentivizing future illegal immigration: The provisions of this bill suggest that, in addition to its ...
If a million people get amnesty visas, future legal immigration should be cut by 100,000 a year over a decade in order to offset those amnesty visas.
There are both policy and strategic reasons for tying a DACA fix to increased enforcement and reforms to legal-immigration system.
Republicans' choices on tax reform may make an infrastructure push harder.
Both factions of the Republican party need to revise their electoral strategies.