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Stalemate: How an Immigration Rewrite Died in the 113th Congress (Video)

The 113th Congress began with an overhaul of the nation’s immigration laws seeming likely, if not inevitable.  

But despite an overwhelming bipartisan Senate vote to send a broad measure to the House, the issue died by the time Congress adjourned.  

Here’s how it happened.  


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