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    How Heritage Is Studying the Costs of Immigration

    In discussing comprehensive immigration reform in recent days, some commentators have discussed The Heritage Foundation’s previous and anticipated work looking at the costs of unlawful immigration and amnesty. Heritage’s Robert Rector, who helped spearhead welfare reform in the 1990s and is one of the nation’s top experts on government assistance … More

    Higher Taxes = Deficit Reduction? Maybe in a Static Economy

    A Washington Post article today reports that letting the Bush tax cuts expire would nearly close the fiscal gap. This static logic misses two key dynamic aspects of the economy: (1) the political incentives that higher taxes bring about, and (2) the economic incentives of such policy. 1. Political Incentives. … More

    A Tax Report in Search of the Economy

    On May 25, the Fiscal Analysis Initiative of Pew’s Economic Policy Group published an overview of what might happen to the federal government’s annual deficits should the tax relief of 2001 and 2003 be allowed to expire, be extended through 2012, or be made permanent. As readers may know, all … More