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Why allowing more migrants into the US could boost the economy

An immigration policy that would allow more migrants to legally enter and work in the country could benefit the overall U.S. economy, Northeastern experts say.

“Immigration reform is a tricky one,” says Mindy Marks, associate professor of economics at Northeastern University, “because it’s got winners and losers, and what we sometimes call ‘hidden winners.’” 

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