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New immigration bill - CNBC posts the true effect on US CITIZENS

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What the CBO Report Really Says About Immigration Reform

"Immigration may well be good for some parts of the economy. But as the CBO report makes clear, it will be at least somewhat painful for the poorest workers for at least a decade. All for a tiny bit of extra growth per capita."

.The average wage across the economy would decline for the first decade." .
 

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What the CBO Report Really Says About Immigration Reform

"Immigration may well be good for some parts of the economy. But as the CBO report makes clear, it will be at least somewhat painful for the poorest workers for at least a decade. All for a tiny bit of extra growth per capita."

.The average wage across the economy would decline for the first decade." .
As long as it does not hurt the rich or decrease the power of the government then it will pass congressional approval.
 

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What the CBO Report Really Says About Immigration Reform

"Immigration may well be good for some parts of the economy. But as the CBO report makes clear, it will be at least somewhat painful for the poorest workers for at least a decade. All for a tiny bit of extra growth per capita."

.The average wage across the economy would decline for the first decade." .

I think anyone who understands the law of supply and demand knows this to be true.
 
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