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Donald Kerwin and Robert Warren

This paper identifies potential common ground in the US immigration debate, including the national interests that underlie US immigration and refugee policies, and broad public support for a legal and orderly immigration system that serves compelling national interests. It focuses on the cornerstone of immigration reform, the legal immigration system, and addresses the widespread belief that broad reform will incentivize illegal migration and ultimately lead to another large undocumented population....

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Philip Martin

President Trump issued executive orders after taking office in January 2017 that could lead to the removal of many of the 11 million unauthorized foreigners, including one million who work in US agriculture. Agriculture in the western United States especially has long relied on newcomers to fill seasonal farm jobs. The slowdown in Mexico-US migration since 2008-09 means that there are fewer flexible newcomers to supplement the current workforce. Farm employers are responding with worker bonuses, productivity-increasing tools, mechanization, and guest workers. Several factors suggest that the United States may be poised to embark on another large-scale guest worker program for agriculture. If it does, farmers should begin to pay payroll taxes on the wages of guest workers. This will foster mechanization and development in the workers’ communities of origin if payroll taxes are divided equally between departing workers and commodity-specific boards to increase the competitiveness of production in the United States. The economic incentives provided by payroll taxes could help to usher in a new and better era of farm labor....

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Pia M. Orrenius and Madeline Zavodny

US immigration policy has serious limitations, particularly when viewed from an economic perspective. Some shortcomings arise from faulty initial design, others from the inability of the system to adapt to changing circumstances. In either case, a reluctance to confront politically difficult decisions is often a contributing factor to the failure to craft laws that can stand the test of time. This paper argues that, as a result, some key aspects of US immigration policy are incoherent and mutually contradictory — new policies are often inconsistent with past policies and undermine their goals. Inconsistency makes policies less effective because participants in the immigration system realize that lawmakers face powerful incentives to revise policies at a later date. It specifically analyzes US policies regarding unauthorized immigration, temporary visas, and humanitarian migrants as examples of incoherence and inconsistency. Lastly, this paper explores key features of an integrated, coherent immigration policy from an economic perspective and how policymakers could better attempt to achieve policy consistency across laws and over time....

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Quick facts about sowbugs, millipedes and centipedes

The sowbug is related to lobsters, crabs and crayfish.

Sowbugs do not normally survivewithin a home because they need decaying organic matter in a damp location, like a basement.

The millipede is a dark brown, worm-like creature with up to 400 very short legs.

Millipedes are most active at night andhide beneath objects where it is dark and damp.

The most common centipede is called the house centipede.

They are foundunder mulch, leaves, loose bark, stonesand similar sites.

Behavior and habits

Sowbugs and millipedes

They crawl into homes from the soil and leaf litter, during late summer and fall and occasionally during spring and summer.

They can enter homes for two reasons:

They can also be found indoors in early spring as they emerge from cracks and crevices where they spent the winter.

Centipedes

Centipedes are often found in damp conditions and seen inside homes in warm weather. They move indoors during spring and summer and are rarely seen in winter.

Centipedes are beneficialpredators

Centipede bites

Bites by a centipede are rare because it is very shy and thejaws are too small to break through human skin.

In case of a bite, some swelling may be seen, but the pain should not be severe.

enter through cracks in foundations, around ground-level windows, and under doors

commonly found in basements

rarely seen indoors during winter

In the fall, millipedes and sowbugs seek protected places to overwinter.

If there is excessive rainfall or ground moisture, they may look for areas with less moisture.

How to get rid of sowbugs, millipedes and centipedes

Control without use of chemicals

Outdoors:

Make conditionsoutside your home unfavorable for sowbugs, millipedes and centipedes.

Indoors:

Sowbugs and millipedes often die quickly inside homes. If sowbugs or millipedes are frequently found alive, it means there is excess moisture indoors.

If you see numerous house centipedes, it means that there are several insects in the home.

Using pesticides

You can chose to use pesticides, if other methods have not worked.

Outdoors:

Apply a liquid pesticide around the building’s foundation and the adjacent ground in a band to help keep pests out.

Common pesticides available for treating building foundations include: bifenthrin, cyfluthrin, deltamethrin and permathrin.

You can apply a granular pesticide to the perimeter, such as deltamethrin, lambda-cyhalothrinor permethrin.

Indoors:

Sowbugs and millipedes often die soon after entering homes and do not need to be treated with pesticides.

Treat centipedes with an appropriate pesticidebehind baseboards and in cracks and spaces. Pesticides are not effective if excessive moisture and food supply exists.

Common examples of available pesticides for indoor use include: bifenthrin, cyfluthrin, deltamethrin, esfenvalerate andpermethrin.

These pesticides are available as ready-to-use aerosol or liquid forms.

CAUTION: Mention of a pesticide or use of a pesticide label is for educational purposes only. Always follow the pesticide label directions attached to the pesticide container you are using. Remember, the label is the law.

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