By Dylan Matthews Earlier this week, the Senate immigration bill passed the Judiciary Committee easily, by a 13-5 vote, with three Republican supporters. And odds are looking good on the Senate floor.
It was edifying while it lasted. A bipartisan immigration bill, supported by an unusually wide coalition of business, labor, church, and humanitarian groups, made its way through the Senate Judiciary last
By Greg Sargent Greg Sargent Opinion writer covering national politics Email Bio Follow With the debate raging over whether immigration reform would gouge taxpayers, Senator Marco Rubio’s office has asked
Even technology in the Senate’s immigration bill has sparked a fight. Proposed changes to an abstruse electronic employment-verification system known as E-Verify have triggered dissent among an unusual