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Bipartisan Senators Agree on Immigration Reform
There’s an effort being lead by eight Senators from both sides of the aisle to turn talk into action on immigration reform.
FOX News Radio’s Rich Johnson has the details from Washington:
Four Republican Senators, including John McCain and Marco Rubio, have joined with four Democrats to come up with an immigration reform plan that includes better border security and a path to citizenship.
It’s very much like the plan floated five years ago by many of these same Senators – with the backing of President George W. Bush – but was quickly beaten down by conservatives. Now, Republican leaders say it’s time to re-think the party’s immigration stand.
(Sen. McCain) “Look at the last election. We are losing, dramatically, the Hispanic vote.”
McCain appeared on ABC yesterday.
In Washington, Rich Johnson, FOX News Radio.