Published by Chris Chmielenski
The Republican Study Committee’s budget proposal for FY2020 suggests reducing low-skilled immigration, requiring all businesses to use E-Verify, and increasing both border and interior enforcement. The budget outline provides a starting point for House GOP lawmakers considering the committee is comprised of 140 Republican House Members, or more than 70% of the caucus.
The budget is only a proposal and won’t go far in a Democratically-controlled House, but it does represent the priorities of the majority of House Republicans. Those priorities include:
To read the full budget, click here.
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