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story.lead_photo.caption Rep. Luis Gutierrez (left), D-Ill., joins a news conference Wednesday on Capitol Hill with Isabel Aguilar and her son, Adolofo Martinez, 13, to speak out against House Republicans’ immigration policies. Gutierrez warned Republicans that they were igniting “the mobilization of an immigrant community throughout this nation that will be the death knell to the future of your party.” (AP / SUSAN WALSH )

The House ignored veto threats by President Barack Obama on two fronts Wednesday, voting to undo major provisions of the administration's immigration policy and to roll back banking constraints enacted after the 2008 financial crisis.

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Print Headline: House OKs bills promised a veto

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