GOP legislators deserve credit for blocking most of the Democrats’ migration-expansion spending plans in the 2022 appropriations bill, says Rob Law, regulatory affairs chief at the Center for Immigration Studies.
“For once, the Republican Party on the immigration issue has really stood strong and firm,” said Law. “This is the best-case scenario.”
Business-backed pro-migration groups declared disappointment that they did not get extra taxpayer money to bring even more wage-cutting migrants into Americans’ workplaces and society.
The appropriations bill is a “huge disappointment,” tweeted Gregory Chen, the government relations for…