Senate Sets Monday Vote in Key Test for Immigration Bill


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Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid on Friday set a vote for Monday on a border-security deal that is expected to push a landmark U.S. immigration bill to passage by the end of next week.

The Democratic-led Senate is expected to pass the White House-backed bill and send it to the Republican-led House of Representatives, where it faces more resistance, especially over a provision that would provide a pathway to citizenship for up to 11 million illegal immigrants living in the United States.

Clearly confident of the outcome, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said on Friday, “Next week we’re going to add immigration as another example on how we get things done” in the Senate with bipartisan collaboration.



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