Commentary
COVID-19
Immigration

Two Ways Congress and DHS Can Protect DACA Recipients on the COVID-19 Frontlines

In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, it is easy to forget about the issues that existed before social distancing, like the fact that nearly 800,000 “Dreamers” are waiting for the Supreme Court to rule on the legitimacy of the DACA program abruptly ended by the Trump administration in September…

April 2, 2020 • Kristie De Peña,  Matthew La Corte
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Commentary
Immigration

USCIS Fee Increases Devalue and Attack the Naturalization Process

The Administration’s increase in fees and elimination of waivers serves as an attack on naturalization. Any attack on naturalization is an attack on the U.S. economy and the U.S. way of life, and must be viewed as such.

April 1, 2020 • Haley hamblin
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Commentary
COVID-19
Fiscal and Monetary Policy

Macroeconomic Implications of the CARES Act

One of the dangers ahead is that unwarranted alarm over the increase in the federal deficit and debt will bring renewed calls for budget austerity. To succumb to the temptation to tighten fiscal policy before the recovery is complete would be to repeat a mistake made during the recovery from the Great Recession.

March 30, 2020 • Ed Dolan
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Two Ways Congress and DHS Can Protect DACA Recipients on the COVID-19 Frontlines
By Kristie De Peña,  Matthew La Corte
USCIS Fee Increases Devalue and Attack the Naturalization Process
By Haley hamblin
Macroeconomic Implications of the CARES Act
By Ed Dolan