Friday, June 29, 2007

//News//End of the line for immigration reform in the US?

BBC reports that Wednesday's vote to continue and not limit debates on immigration reform could mean the end of the line for the controversial bill.

Even President George Bush couldn't convince fellow Republicans who voted against finalizing the bill, according to the Washington Post.

The Associated Press observed that all the presidential candidates from the Democratic party voted to limit the debate and push the bill forward. In the Republican cast of presidentiables, only Sen. John McCain of Arizona voted to keep the measure alive. Sen. Sam Brownback initially hinted to vote in favor of advancing the bill, but switched his vote at the least minute when he saw the bill was already going down.

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