House panel deal on border security could advance immigration overhaul

07/30/2013 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

A proposal on border security that cleared the House Homeland Security Committee could advance efforts to overhaul immigration, according to this article. The measure would require the Department of Homeland Security to create a plan for arresting 90% of those who cross the border illegally and to use technology to enforce border security. The proposal has won the support of Republican and Democratic lawmakers and could see a vote soon after Congress reconvenes in September.

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