Congressional Budget Office analyzes immigration bill

06/2/2006 | Washington Post, The

If the immigration bill pending in the Senate passes, taxpayers would face a $50 billion bill that would be countered by a $66 million influx of income tax and payroll taxes from the guest-worker program, the Congressional Budget Office says. Opponents, however, contend costs are heavily underestimated, as are projected immigration totals.

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