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February 2, 2014 12:00 AM

Republicans have immigration reform plan

After their annual party retreat, House Republican leaders have set their sights on a list of principles for immigration reform. Some Democrats expressed optimism about reaching a bipartisan compromise. With this approach, will Republicans be able to position themselves as leaders on immigration reform, or will it be too little, too late, given party hopes to woo more Hispanic voters in this year’s elections?

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