Skip to comments.No CLEAR consensus on immigration-enforcement bill
Posted on 12/15/2004 8:47:39 PM PST by MRMEAN
CNN) -- The fight for border security and immigration-law reform will continue when the new Congress convenes in January. Following the exclusion of key immigration provisions in the intelligence reform bill, Congress has promised to take an immediate look at a plan to institute national driver's license standards. That may renew interest in another stalled proposal: a plan to track down more of the estimated 15 million illegal aliens living in the United States.
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It's DOA. They missed the only real chance they had, which was to tie it to the inteligence reform bill where they had some leverage, which they no longer have.
The "Driver's License Satandards" are IN the bill, AFAIK. (Enjoy your freedom while you've got it, because that's the end of it.)
(Is someone you know or love out of work or need a better job?)
That may renew interest in another stalled proposal: a plan to track down more of the estimated 15 million illegal aliens living in the United States.
My prediction is nothing will pass, and nothing will be done to stop them either.
If the past 20 years is any indication of the future, your prediction will hold quite true to form.
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