On the move: Immigration reform gets a bipartisan boost at last
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Just when Congress was giving the impression that the best it could do was investigate administration scandals, the Senate Judiciary Committee voted 13-5 Tuesday to advance a bipartisan bill on immigration reform, the first real action in a generation.
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