There are signs of progress on immigration reform among members of both parties, but disagreement remains on the size and scope of approach, Politico reports. Politico notes that some GOP lawmakers favor a piecemeal approach that would address popular issues first, while other members of the party and many Democrats are calling for a comprehensive plan. In a Hamilton Project discussion paper, "Rationalizing U.S. Immigration Policy: Reforms for Simplicity, Fairness, and Economic Growth," Giovanni Peri of UC Davis offers an incremental, market-based approach to immigration reform. Peri proposes starting with market-based changes to employment-based visas to better link visas with the labor market and ending with broad simplification in many areas of policy. Read the full piece here.