Ag immigration provisions likely to avoid controversy

05/09/2013 07:56:00 AM
Tom Karst

A strong vote in the Senate, with 70 to 75 members voting for the bill, could make a difference to comprehensive legislation in the House, Barbic said.

“The more senators you see on the Republican side supporting (the legislation), the better chance there will be for the House to take up immigration (reform),” he said.

On the other hand, if the legislation passes by a bare minimum in the Senate, Barbic said it will be difficult to retain momentum for immigration reform in the House.

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