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    Doubts Over 2013 Immigration Reformi
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    October 25, 2013 9:20 PM
    President Barack Obama and Democratic lawmakers in the House of Representatives are pushing the Republican majority to allow a vote on reforming the U.S. immigration system, but congressional aides and political experts say the Republican Party is still divided over immigration, and the House is not likely to tackle the issue any time soon. VOA's Cindy Saine reports.

    Doubts Over 2013 Immigration Reform

    Published October 25, 2013

    President Barack Obama and Democratic lawmakers in the House of Representatives are pushing the Republican majority to allow a vote on reforming the U.S. immigration system, but congressional aides and political experts say the Republican Party is still divided over immigration, and the House is not likely to tackle the issue any time soon. VOA's Cindy Saine reports.


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