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Examining Merit-Based Immigration and How it Might Work in the U.S.

Immigration / February 5, 2018 10:00 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. ET

Reps from the Canadian and Australian government will discuss their systems, and Dan Griswold will go into how those systems might or might not work for the U.S.

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Merit-Based Immigration System

Lazaro Zamora / Blog April 11, 2017

Moving towards a merit-based immigration system that prioritizes skills and education would represent a dramatic shift in priorities in U.S. immigration policy.

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Don’t Neglect the Benefits of Lesser-Skilled Immigration

Kenneth Megan / Blog April 4, 2017

Policymakers would be wise not to neglect the benefits of lesser-skilled immigration—which fills a unique role in the labor market, and is a crucial driver of economic growth in America.

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Trump’s constant chaos accomplishes nothing

Economy / News February 3, 2017

Whatever elation Republicans experienced after an election that gave them majorities in both houses and won them the White House has morphed into anxiety, exhaustion and frustration.

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4 Ways Infrastructure Can Benefit from Private Partnerships

Jake Varn / Blog December 19, 2016

By leveraging the private sector as a partner, governments can deliver modern infrastructure projects faster and at a lower cost to taxpayers.

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Secretary Lew Reiterates Need to Raise Debt Limit in a Timely Fashion

Economy / Blog February 5, 2014

U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew spoke yesterday at the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC), where he reiterated his view on the critical need to increase the debt limit in a timely manner to ensure the U.S. government can continue financing…

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