Sunday , May 31 2020
Home / CEPR Blog / Trump’s Contempt for Working-Class Expressed in New Expanded Public Charge Rule

Trump’s Contempt for Working-Class Expressed in New Expanded Public Charge Rule

Summary:
  This week the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officially published regulations that radically expand the definition of an archaic immigration law term, public charge, to include various non-cash benefits that supplement earnings and other income, but are impossible to live on in the absence of other income. The people most impacted include millions of ...

Topics:
CEPR Blog considers the following as important:

This could be interesting, too:

Karen Conner writes The Impact of the Pandemic on Young People’s Employment and Economic Security

Matt Sedlar writes The Impact of Upward Redistribution on Social Security Solvency (2020 Update)

Matt Sedlar writes Should Progressives Abandon the Earned Income Tax Credit?

Matt Sedlar writes In Defense of the Earned Income Tax Credit

 

This week the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officially published regulations that radically expand the definition of an archaic immigration law term, public charge, to include various non-cash benefits that supplement earnings and other income, but are impossible to live on in the absence of other income. The people most impacted include millions of working-class and middle-class US citizens who plan to marry or are married to foreign nationals.

Read More ...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *