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Familes and Children Held In U.S. Customs and Border Protection Processing Facility

Advocate Jason Published in RealClearPolicy on Child Migrant Crisis

Advocate Jason Russell was published in RealClearPolicy on how immigration benefits the economy.

Debate rages in Congress over what to do with the tens of thousands of unaccompanied children who are trying to join their relatives in America. There can be no clearer sign of the need for immigration reform than children putting themselves in physical peril for a better life in the U.S. Increased legal immigration and a simpler, shorter process for crossing the border would have enormous humanitarian benefits.

You can find the full post online here.

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Advocate Yaël Published in PanAm Post on the Child Migrant Crisis

Advocate Yaël Ossowski was published in The PanAm Post on the fiscal policy of Quebec’s newly elected Liberal Party.

When families with young children escape the perils of economic hardship and gangster-dominated neighborhoods in Latin America to make their way to the American border, their chances for a better life are just within reach.

Most of them aim to connect with their family members and loved ones already living in the United States.

A costly and overly bureaucratic process awaits them if they follow all the rules and wait years. Alternatively, a short but dangerous journey across deserts and rivers, led by a high-pricedcoyote, grants them immediate access, but condemns them to illegal status in the country.

You can read the full piece here.

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Advocate Matthew Published in the Corpus Christi Caller-Times on Amnesty

Advocate Matthew La Corte was published in the Corpus Christi Caller-Times on how the crisis on the border highlights the need for amnesty.

Last month, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson testified in front of the House Committee on Homeland Security regarding the spike in immigrant children at the southern U.S. border. In his opening statement, Committee Chairman Michael McCaul, R-Austin, argued, “This is a crisis that has been in the making for years.”

You can read the full piece here.

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Advocate Alex Writes About The Economic Crises Many European Countries are still Experiencing

Young Voices Advocate Alex Korbel has been published on 24hGold.com writing about the crisis most European economies are still in. He argues that in the long term, economic pessimism that says we are experiencing a period of stagnation will probably be proven wrong by the industrial and medical benefits of the digital revolution and the promises of nano technologies.

Korbel continues:

In the short term, however, European economies seems to be the victims of a supply shock: the most likely scenario is a gradual return of consumer credit, the appearance of bubbles and consumption financed by revenues that do not yet exist. To return to sustainable growth, governments’ priority should be to free supply by lowering the tax burden and public spending.

The entire article can be found here (in French only).

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