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From WH 2017-08-03,Why Trump Is Right about Immigration" - Mark Krikorian, The National Interest

Why Trump Is Right about Immigration"

- Mark Krikorian, The National Interest



Mark Krikorian, the executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, writes in the National Interest, that the immigration plan the President set forward yesterday with Senators Tom Cotton and David Perdue is a step in the right direction. With the so-called RAISE Act, “Senators Cotton and Perdue have done an exceptional job of restarting the debate over the shape of the federal immigration program,” he pens, adding: “And President Trump is to be praised for moving beyond the easy issue of enforcement.” Fixing our immigration system “to admit fewer unskilled workers, phase out chain migration, and simplify the admission of truly exceptional talents would be an enormous accomplishment,” Krikorian writes. 
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USA Today reports on the Trump administration’s efforts to expand veterans’ access to telehealth services around the country, especially in rural areas, via mobile phones or computers, which is “intended to improve medical care especially for those needing mental health and suicide prevention services.”

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Jim Geraghty in the National Review writes of some “easily-overlooked good news” in that two bills aiming to help veterans are heading to the President’s desk for signature. One that will fund Veterans Choice to seek the care they prefer, and another which is a series of reforms to veterans’ education benefits.

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Further evidence that Obamacare is imploding: Axios reports that Molina Healthcare is pulling out of the Obamacare exchanges in Utah and Wisconsin, while “in the areas where Molina is staying, the insurer will hike premiums for its ACA plans by 55% on average.” And the Washington Examiner reports on how Aetna will “completely withdraw from the Obamacare exchanges in 2018, after seeing its profits soar from reducing its participation this year.”

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In positive economic news, NPR reports that “the Dow Jones industrial average finished above 22,000 for the first time,” saying the stock market index is “now up 11 percent for the year and more than 20 percent since President Trump’s election in November.”

ホワイトハウスからのメールマガジン2017-08-03:移民についてトランプが正しい理由

Why Trump Is Right about Immigration"

- Mark Krikorian, The National Interest

- マーク・クリコリアン、国益

 

大統領がトム・コットンとデイビッド・パーデュー上院議員と昨日発表した移民計画は、正しい方向への一歩だと、全米移民局のマーク・クリコリアンは述べている。 「RAISE Act」と呼ばれる法案で、「連邦移民プログラムの形をめぐる議論を再開するために、コットンとパーデュー上院議員は例外的な仕事をしています」と、ペン氏は次のように述べています。「トランプ大統領は、 Krikorianは次のように述べています。「未熟労働者の雇用を減らし、チェーン・マイグレーションを廃止し、本当に例外的な人材の入場を簡素化するために、移民制度を修正することは大変な成果です。

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USA Todayはトランペット政権が、特に地方のテレホルスサービスへのベテランのアクセスを、携帯電話やコンピュータを介して拡大する努力について報告しています。これは、特に精神保健や自殺予防サービスを必要とする人々の医療を改善することを目的としています。 "

 

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Jim Geraghty氏は、退役軍人が大統領の机に署名するのを手伝うことを目的とした2つの法案で、「簡単に見逃した良いニュース」を書いています。ベテランズチョイスが彼らが好きなケアを受けるための資金を提供するものと、ベテランの教育の利益のための一連の改革です。

 

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オバマケアが激突している証拠:モリナ・ヘルスケアは、ユタ州ウィスコンシン州オバマカレ取引所から引き離されていると報告している。「モリーナが滞在している地域では、ACA計画の保険料を平均55%引き上げる。そして、ワシントン審査官は、Aetnaが、今年の参加を減らすことからその利益が急増したことを見て、2018年にObamacareの取引所から完全に脱退する方法について報告している。

 

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好調な経済ニュースでは、NPRダウ・ジョーンズの工業平均が初めて22,000を超えたと発表した。株価指数は今年11%増、11月のトランプ大統領選挙以来20%以上となった。

Why Trump Is Right about Immigration"

- Mark Krikorian, The National Interest



Mark Krikorian, the executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, writes in the National Interest, that the immigration plan the President set forward yesterday with Senators Tom Cotton and David Perdue is a step in the right direction. With the so-called RAISE Act, “Senators Cotton and Perdue have done an exceptional job of restarting the debate over the shape of the federal immigration program,” he pens, adding: “And President Trump is to be praised for moving beyond the easy issue of enforcement.” Fixing our immigration system “to admit fewer unskilled workers, phase out chain migration, and simplify the admission of truly exceptional talents would be an enormous accomplishment,” Krikorian writes.
Click here to read more.

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USA Today reports on the Trump administration’s efforts to expand veterans’ access to telehealth services around the country, especially in rural areas, via mobile phones or computers, which is “intended to improve medical care especially for those needing mental health and suicide prevention services.”

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Jim Geraghty in the National Review writes of some “easily-overlooked good news” in that two bills aiming to help veterans are heading to the President’s desk for signature. One that will fund Veterans Choice to seek the care they prefer, and another which is a series of reforms to veterans’ education benefits.

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Further evidence that Obamacare is imploding: Axios reports that Molina Healthcare is pulling out of the Obamacare exchanges in Utah and Wisconsin, while “in the areas where Molina is staying, the insurer will hike premiums for its ACA plans by 55% on average.” And the Washington Examiner reports on how Aetna will “completely withdraw from the Obamacare exchanges in 2018, after seeing its profits soar from reducing its participation this year.”

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In positive economic news, NPR reports that “the Dow Jones industrial average finished above 22,000 for the first time,” saying the stock market index is “now up 11 percent for the year and more than 20 percent since President Trump’s election in November.”