GOP Gears Up to Take On Obama's Amnesty Order
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As the Republican Party prepares to take full control of Congress in the new year, lawmakers are considering a range of proposals on immigration that would enable them to forge their own path distinct from the president's executive action. [Full Story]
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GOP Gears Up to Take On Obama's Amnesty Order
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