From secret war-room, White House coordinates immigration fight

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The White House has established a covert suite of offices from which it is overseeing the battle to pass immigration legislation, and was reportedly largely responsible for Democrats' refusal to accept a GOP amendment making a pathway to citizenship contingent upon achieving a 90% border-apprehension rate. Still, the Obama administration's push for reform might affect the president's flagship health care law, with a swathe of newly legal immigrants likely to be left uninsured. That could strain both state and federal health care systems, experts say.

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