More than 300 amendments were submitted for possible inclusion in a sweeping immigration reform package – at least 100 of them from two Republicans, Sens. Charles Grassley of Iowa and Jeff Sessions of Alabama. Here are eight notable changes GOP lawmakers want to see in bill, as the Senate Judiciary Committee takes up amendments between now and Memorial Day.
As Senate leaders troll for votes for immigration reform, a finding by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office that the bill would cut federal deficits could help build momentum.
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