House Republicans Leadership Their Inaction Demands Executive Action on Immigration

Fact Sheet

On June 27, 2013, after months of hearings, hundreds of amendments, 37 hours of committee debate, and nine days on the floor, Republicans and Democrats in the Senate, in a rare show of bipartisan cooperation, passed comprehensive immigration reform legislation. Finally, the majority of Americans thought, Congress is working together to fix a problem facing our country. But the legislation then headed to the House of Representatives and was blocked by House leadership, who had no plan of their own to offer.


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