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11:00pm May 5, 2013

The Politics of Immigration Reform in 2013: No Law Until 2014

No Immigration reform

The Senate Commerce Committee is set to have an immigration hearing this week, likely to focus on tech and guest worker visas.

Meanwhile, everyone from Paul Ryan to Latino congressmen are stumping for immigration reform.

Then Republican Senators Ted Cruz (Texas) and Marco Rubio (Florida) are forming opposite ends of conservative efforts for immigration reform, and it seems like we won’t see an actual resolution of immigration reform until 2014.

Watch the video here:



About the Author

Sara Inés Calderón
Sara Inés Calderón
Sara Inés Calderón is a journalist and writer bouncing between California and Texas.




 
 

 
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