Senate’s Immigration Bill Moves Forward Largely Unchanged
The Senate has moved S. 744, the bipartisan immigration reform bill forward with a vote of 67-27 marking a substantial milestone for this country. The bill contains provisions that would uplift millions of workers and their families by providing a path to legalization for the undocumented and much needed changes to the family and business immigration processes, while maintaining a focus on border security and immigration enforcement.
- Immigration Reform Passes Key Senate Test (fox17online.com)
- Senate votes to proceed with “border surge” amendment, immigration bill on track (nbclatino.com)