The Obama administration made unnecessary reforms to the H-2B program that made the rules more complex, which, in practice, created more accidental minor violations. The program needs to streamline applications and eliminate complicated rules that hold up the process.
Featuring the author Ilya Somin (@IlyaSomin), Professor of Law, George Mason University; Adjunct Scholar, Cato Institute; Blogger, Volokh Conspiracy; with comments by Peter Margulies (@MarguliesPeter), Professor of Law, Roger Williams University School of Law; Blogger, Lawfare; Bryan Caplan (@Bryan_Caplan), Professor of Economics, George Mason University; Blogger, EconLog; moderated by David J. Bier (@David_J_Bier), Immigration Policy Analyst, Cato Institute.
The President’s most recent orders adjusting unemployment benefits, student loan payments, and payroll taxes deserve scrutiny for both the manner in which Congress has given away power and Presidential aggrandizement. Gene Healy comments.