Heartland Needs Immigrants

A mayor from each of the five states in America's heartland is making a case for more immigrants in their respective cities to boost their economies and low supplies of labor. They explain that immigrants fill important skill gaps by bringing in fresh talent, which was missing in the local population, to boost the economy as they are engaged in diverse business activities. This move is considered crucial for transforming small towns and rural communities where economies and populations have been tumbling down.

Mayors all agreed that young immigrants could revamp local economies, establishing new businesses and boosting consumer demand. They said federal policies had to allow immigration, ease integration, and therefore asked that the United States's migration policies be reformed accordingly. This gives an alternative outlook of looking at immigration, which normally might ring negative in one way or another, and makes a case for its benefits to the country both in terms of economics and social health.

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