The House made its first formal foray into immigration reform yesterday at a lengthy Judiciary Committee hearing in which Republicans struck a familiar chord. Despite record-setting deportation levels in recent years, Republican members of the committee were in broad agreement that they want even more enforcement before they could sign onto the comprehensive reform ideas laid out by Senate negotiators and President Obama.
- Cattlemen among those promoting immigration reform (journalstar.com)
- Texas business leader calls for bipartisan immigration reform (trailblazersblog.dallasnews.com)
- National union campaign backing immigration reform launches in Las Vegas (lasvegassun.com)
- Leaked memo tells GOP to stop calling immigrants ‘illegals’ (rawstory.com)