House Republicans Reassure Action On Immigration


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Things have been looking bleak as for "comprehensive immigration reform" as two GOP representatives walked out of the house group working on immigration, but the party reassures it will take action. 

### via Wash Po

House Republicans intensified their outreach to Latino groups last week, offering renewed pledges that the House will deal with immigration reform this year. The effort has revived hope among advocates that a bipartisan deal can be reached to address the fate of the nation’s 11 million undocumented workers and students.

The chances of a comprehensive deal passing Congress remain doubtful, advocates cautioned, and they worry that the legislative process will spill into 2014, presenting new complications in a year when lawmakers face reelection battles.


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