You were given a page of the Immigration Bill to review. Currently the Senate is rushing a vote on the bill without proper time to review or read the bill.  In fact, the Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee put sent a letter to Senator Leahy asking him to not rush the process, noting that, “Before the Immigration Reform and Control Act was first introduced in the Senate in 1982, the Committee had 100 hours of hearings with 300 witnesses before marking up a bill. Congress continued to debate the bill for the next three years, and even then, the Judiciary Committee spent three months reviewing the bill before it was reported in August of 1985.”

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