Parties wrangle over minimum wage, immigration legislation

04/24/2007 | Washington Post, The · NYTimes.com

Democrats have removed a few key elements from minimum wage legislation tied to the Iraq spending bill, including restrictions on corporate deferred-compensation plans, in response to pressure from major business lobbies. Meanwhile, negotiations between Democrats and Republicans have intensified as they continue to seek a bipartisan solution for immigration reform.

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