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Now the House will destroy immigration reform

Much of the nation rejoiced yesterday when the United States Senate passed the comprehensive immigration bill a bipartisan group of senators have spent months crafting and selling, by the impressive margin of 68 to 32. For once, when writing about the Senate, the bigger number represents the senators who voted with the winning side. Even Marco Rubio, a "gang of eight" member who lately has been sounding shaky in his support of the final product, voted Yea. (Rand Paul voted Nay, because he decided he couldn't support a "path to citizenship" despite basically endorsing the idea a few months ago.)

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