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About "State Visas"
This plan enacts State Sponsored Visa Pilot Program Act of 2017. SSPPVA was proposed by Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.) in 2017 but never enacted. SSPPVA allocates visas to the states (some to all states and some based on population) that States can then choose to use to sponsor guest workers who can work and reside only in their state. States that don’t want more immigrants will simply decline to use any visas, others may use some but not all of their visas, while some States will use their entire allocation
Negative will argue that devolving immigration policy to the states is unconstitutional and unworkable. It’s too easy to cross state lines once they get into the country, and that will defeat the original purpose of state-level policy. And then there are the usual disadvantages that increased immigration causes, in social costs, competition for jobs, and failure to assimilate.
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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.