Bipartisan Senate group tackles immigration reform

A bipartisan group of senators has proposed a legislative framework on immigration that would provide a "tough but fair" pathway to citizenship for undocumented workers in the country. In addition, it's expected that "border enforcement, employer enforcement, [and] handling the future flow of legal immigration (including temporary agriculture workers and high-skilled engineers)" will be addressed. A bill could be drafted in March and voted on in the Senate before the August recess.

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