Senate panel begins hearing on broad immigration reform

The Senate Judiciary Committee has begun its first hearing on changes to immigration laws -- soon after President Barack Obama said in his State of the Union speech that he wants swift action on the matter. While there seems to be bipartisan agreement on finding a way for undocumented workers to become citizens, there is disagreement on border security, which some say must be the focal point of discussions.

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