DREAM Act kids

Again a figure that significantly underestimates the real number, but it’s a starting point for looking at the cost of amnesty to the social welfare system.

If the Senate immigration bill becomes law, federal health care spending would increase by $112 billion over the next decade as more people take advantage of Medicaid, Medicare and subsidies from President Obama’s health care law, according to the Congressional Budget Office.

CBO noted that the current language in the bill leaves it unclear which  categories of immigrants would be eligible for various government benefits.

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