What should be the main goal of immigration reform? Should the focus be on legalizing the existing undocumented population? On changing the number and types of visas we grant? Would a market-oriented approach to immigration reform transform our immigration regime for the better? Mr. Stuart Anderson, Executive Director for the National Foundation for American Policy, and Duke Law Professor Hans Linnartz tackle these questions at the Federalist Society's first discussion of the year. Join us! For more information, please contact Mariana Estevez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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A Market-Oriented Approach to Immigration Reform
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