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Fischer Doubts CBO Immigration Report

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Fischer Doubts CBO Immigration Report

The Congressional Budget Office issued a report this week that the immigration reform bill currently being debated in the Senate could reduce the federal deficit by one hundred seventy five billion dollars in the first ten years, and up to seven hundred billion in the second decade. Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer is doubtful…

Fischer says most of the costs of the eleven million immigrants would come later on…

Fischer says she doesn’t know how the CBO came up with their projections…

The CBO did say that the final numbers would depend on Congressional actions.

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