Partisan divide remains on fixing ‘broken’ systemPublished: Jan 8, 2013 11:00 am By: Stephen Dinan-The Washington Times
"Despite the hopes of immigrant-rights advocates, it appears the election did not close the partisan divide on immigration.
That was highlighted on Thursday, the very first day of the new session, when Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, kicking off the 113th Congress, called for action on the thorny issue from the rostrum of the House. Her entire Democratic caucus gave her a standing ovation, but Republicans stayed in their seats, with few even bothering to applaud at all.
Whatever their feelings, the issue is coming their way."
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