This week, we got some great news: The Congressional Budget Office, the nonpartisan experts who analyze the financial impact of legislation, believes that Senate immigration bill will reduce the deficit by almost $1 trillion over the next two decades.
How's that work? Immigration reform means that undocumented immigrants can come out of the shadows and start paying more in taxes for things like education and Social Security. It means that everyone plays by the same set of rules -- which makes the economy fairer for middle class families.
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