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Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Immigration bill A.M. update

Well, it seems that the "Reid scenario" didn't come into play yesterday afternoon. However, we do have more insight as to what may happen today and the rest of this week.

The Los Angeles Times, among several newspapers today, reports that there is growing opposition among Senate Democrats to S.1639:
A handful of Democrats who could be crucial to the bill's fate, including California's Barbara Boxer, remains undecided. And Tuesday, five Democrats who welcomed debate on the issue a month ago switched position and voted to oppose further discussion of the bill.
Regardless, the Senate will be discussing the 26 proposed amendments to the bill today.

Earlier: MORE BREAKING: Senate memo predicts Reid may push for a final vote on the bill today