Senator: Immigration bill impact should be studied beyond 10 years

05/31/2013 | Hill, The · WKRG-TV (Mobile, Ala.)

The fiscal and economic impact of the Senate immigration bill needs to be looked at beyond the 10-year window usually assessed by the Congressional Budget Office, Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., says in a letter to the CBO. The measure would grant legal status to 30 million immigrants over the next decade, compared with 1 million per year now, Sessions says. The bipartisan group of senators that created the bill expect the CBO's report in the coming days.

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