Yesterday the Senate passed the Immigration Reform Bill by a strong margin of 68-32, including 14 Republican votes. The bill now moves to the House of Representatives where it will face tough scrutiny from the Republican majority, however the strong bipartisan support in the Senate may put some pressure on the House for passage.
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