Tuesday, October 8, 2013

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Top House Republican: Chamber Will Take up Immigration

Washington--A top House Republican says in an upcoming interview that the chamber will take up immigration reform in 2013, insisting that “there’s still time” for a comprehensive rewrite despite the rapidly dwindling time left on this year’s calendar.

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Wash.), chairwoman of the House Republican Conference, said during an interview with Univision’s “Al Punto” that top leaders are still discussing when to bring immigration bills to the House floor. Speaker John Boehner “over the last few weeks has continued to talk about the importance of the House moving forward on immigration reform,” McMorris Rodgers said, according to a transcript provided by Univision.

 “I believe that we have a window here between now and the end of the year and that this is a priority.”

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Idaho water supply outlook for 2018 looks promising

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