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A bipartisan exception?

Could this be the moment? After years of gridlock and legislative disappointment, policymakers on both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue are laying the groundwork for immigration reform. The White House has been building a coalition, including labor, business and advocacy groups, to power a final push. Meanwhile, a bipartisan bloc in the Senate has begun to outline comprehensive changes that have proved elusive in years past.

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  • Headline: A bipartisan exception?
  • Publication: Editorial, Pages 14 on 01/11/2013
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