Comment: Boomers Need CIR
NBCLatino argues that the aging population of boomers need immigration reform and young working age immigrants in order to support the increased tax burden of their retirement.

"More than half the births last year were to non-white parents, and Hispanics make up the youngest significant demographic in the country, with the median age of Hispanics hovering around 28 years. Alternatively, more than 80 percent of the senior citizens in this country are non-Hispanic whites, and the large baby boomer generation will be with us until the 2040's."
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