House Will Vote on Competing Immigration Measures

The House is set to vote next week on two competing immigration bills after Republican negotiations on a compromise fall short, the Washington Post reports.

The word came shortly after rebellious moderates appeared to come up two votes short in their effort to force votes on immigration in defiance of leadership.

One bill is a conservative plan. The other is a measure, yet to be finalized, that conservatives and moderates have been discussing for weeks.

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