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Wlady — Actually, when you read the full white paper by the Krieble Foundation (to which I have linked numerous times), which is the basis of the part of the Pence plan that you question, it all does start to make sense. Basically, the plan provides major incentives for employers to buy into it (and disincentives for them not to do so), which means that they WILL NOT hire illegals when/because legal “guest workers” are available. So the “short-term” labor you worry about (outside of proper Ellis Island Center channels) won’t even be available, because employers won’t be willing to provide it. I, too, had major doubts along the same lines, until I read the plan for about the fourth time AND heard Pence explain it in person. But I’ve come to believe that it actually is quite workable. –Quin

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