Despite White House scandals, immigration reform treks on, but not without some age-old Congressional conflict.
The GOP is known to be business-friendly. As such, relations with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce are mutually supportive. So why are they going to war over immigration reform?
The Evangelical Immigration Table is a coalition of some two dozen evangelical denominations, dedicated to seeing comprehensive immigration reform take place. They support the "Gang of Eight."
"Comprehensive immigration reform," as it's called, continues to move forward. What will be the ultimate fate of the bill, and what should its fate tell us about Congress?
The Gang of Eight's immigration bill allows for future farm workers, but industry experts say it won't be enough to satiate the need for farm labor, so solutions must be found.
It's great that both parties are finally pushing an immigration bill forward, but at what cost will this be done?
The impact of the Gang of Eight's new immigration bill will be felt strongly in the south and agricultural regions. It will legalize migrant workers, but could also create a workforce loss.
Two Republican members of bipartisan House immigration group, John Carter of Texas and Raul Labrador of Idaho, have threatened to quit negotiations if an agreement is not reached on Thursday.