House GOP Leadership Gets White House Support on Immigration Vote Plan


WASHINGTON—House Republican leadership indicated on Wednesday they had White House support on their plan to put two immigration bills forward, but it was unclear if that would be enough for a bill to pass in Congress.

In a deal struck with centrists and conservative members of the conference, House Speaker Paul Ryan said he would hold votes next week on legislation that will protect young immigrants brought to the U.S. as minors and living in the U.S. without authorization, as well as increase funding for border security.



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