Two Colorado GOP U.S. representatives differ on immigration reform

Two of Colorado's most prominent Republicans pushed varying messages Tuesday on how to achieve comprehensive immigration reform to a House subcommittee - a rift that exemplifies the uphill battle the issue has in getting accomplished before the end of the year. Full Story

Cumming, GA

#1 Jul 24, 2013
Where are the statistics of any plans offered by Republican House and its comparison. The way Democrats rushed Senate vote without taking amendments fixing Legal Immigration, if Republican follow suit. The Broken Legal system will be worse than today. Current system wait time is years/decades for some. In future, it would be Only in Decades. So why people want to become legal if they have to pay taxes and not sure for decades that some future administration can deport them for political gains.

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