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About "Negative: Refugees"
Pres. Trump dramatically reduced the quota for resettling refugees in the United States and also added impossible levels of vetting, such that very few refugees can be relocated legally into the U.S. any more. AFF reverses this and increases the quota to allow more refugees into the US. Negative will argue that the most cost-effective way to help the most refugees is to pay to maintain them in the region where they came from, not bring them all the way around the world one by one to the United States. That would also be a lot better for the U.S., since increased refugees means increased risk of terrorism.
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Katherine Baker competed in speech and debate for five years and was blessed with plenty of success, including three consecutive years of qualifying for NITOC in Team-Policy and Parliamentary Debate. She currently coaches Team-Policy at her local club and runs a speech and debate summer camp with other alumni. She has been so blessed by the skills she learned while competing, and seeks to give back to the speech and debate community wherever she can.