Arguing Without Discussing Opposing Arguments

I read A serious case for dynamic scoring, an essay discussing how the U.S. government inaccurately scores the budget impact of potential laws by ignoring complex, dynamic factors like how a law could increase economic growth. Proposals to bring in more high-skilled immigrants are calculated as costly because the taxes they would pay isn't considered, nor is their potential innovation, productivity or job creation.

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