(PartiallyPolitics.com) – President Joe Biden’s plan for a greener economy is also associated with the creation of more well-paying jobs for Americans. However, the one problem with his plan is that there might not be enough Americans to take on these jobs.

This reality is pushing the Biden administration to truly deal with the nation’s immigration system in order to continue working towards the success of their so far biggest legislative achievements. Sen. Ben Ray Luján (D-N.M.), a vocal supporter of complete immigration reports said during an interview with Politico that it is necessary for the nation to address the “broken immigration system” which would in return help address the “workforce shortages.”

Congress has so far spent a large amount in boosting U.S. jobs, these also include $369 billion in climate incentives from the Inflation Reduction Act, $550 billion through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, and the CHIPS and Science Act’s $52 billion which would target semiconductor manufacturing.

Biden’s job agenda and its success could come into play in his reelection campaign and messaging and it could mean that the White House will finally have to handle an issue that it has so far dismissed.

During the Trump administration, the former President managed to cut down legal immigration in half. The Republicans have now been attacking Biden for not taking enough action to mitigate the migration crisis.

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