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Topic - Daniel J. Mitchell
Soon after the tea party era began in Congress in 2011, President Obama and House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan each released their budgets, proposing how much the government should tax and spend over the rest of the decade.
Policy experts weigh in on how they would write the president's State of the Union, sketching the economic growth, mobility and inequality proposals they would call for if they could hijack the keyboard.
This has implications for immigration policy, Mitchell says.
If the minimum wage is forced up, some lower-skilled workers will end up unemployed, Mitchell said, "and their income is going to be zero.”