RAND Review: Immigration Reform, European Austerity, and Health Care Reform
In This Issue (Volume 37, Number 2: Fall 2013)
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Outside the town of Unión Hidalgo in Oaxaca, southern Mexico, migrants clamber atop a freight train bound for the U.S.-Mexican border on April 29, 2013.
A binational effort at labor reform — including the establishment of a binational immigration agency and the passage of a bilateral social security agreement — would benefit both the United States and Mexico.