New American Economy Statement on the Introduction of the Let Immigrants Kickstart Employment Act
1 month ago - By Renew our Economy
Following Rep. Zoe Lofgren's introduction of a new bill, New American Economy issued the following statement:
“Immigrants are more likely to start a business than the rest of the population, making them essential job creators and a crucial piece of a successful U.S. economy,” said Executive Director of New American Economy Jeremy Robbins. “ Yet we have no visa for entrepreneurs to come and start a business here. Rep. Lofgren's LIKE Act solves that problem and not a moment too soon as we work towards an economic recovery from COVID-19. We endorse this legislation and strongly encourage...
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