Recently, there has been very little positive news by the House of Representatives regarding immigration reform for Illegal aliens. Harry Reid never even sent the Passed Immigration Senate Bill to the House of Representatives. The House was going to challenge the validity of Senate Immigration Bill because there were spending issues in the Senate Bill, and the House is required to start all spending bills. In addition, most House Republicans said the Bill was “dead on arrival.” Next, the House stated it was going to take its time with immigration and pass several Immigration Bills addressing separate issues, and a Border Security Bill will come first.
The Weekly Standard, a popular conservative Magazine that was a proponent for immigration reform wrote and article to “Kill the Bill”. Now more and more republicans are starting to believe that there is no advantage to pass immigration reform. Lamar Smith, a republican from Texas, the former House Judiciary Committee chairman wrote a devastating article of why the House should not pass immigration reform.
As stated in an earlier blog, as of right now, it does not matter what the Democrats, Senate Republicans, or President Obama believe or say about the immigration issue. The ball is clearly in the court of the Republicans in the House, and they are going home for the Summer Session and talk to their Republican Base which is outraged at the lack of Security measures in the Senate Immigration Bill. The Republicans may come back from the Summer Session less inclined to pass comprehensive immigration reform.
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