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"If President Obama needs these resources, he will urge Senate Democrats to put politics aside, come back to work, and approve
WASHINGTON -- The House is expected to vote later Friday on a reworked and even more conservative package to address the
"We continue to believe that those resources are necessary, simply because we have seen in the past that these numbers can
Now, House leaders are reworking the package to woo more GOP votes, with a strong possibility of alienating the initial bill's
House Democrats are aggressively urging members to oppose a GOP-authored bill to address the border crisis.
House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) responded in a statement that the lower chamber would not take up the Senate immigration
The Obama administration has not yet released an official statement of policy on the House legislation, but gave support
The $1.5 billion in funding previously discussed is already far below Obama's $3.7 billion request and the Senate's proposal
The official, speaking on the condition of anonymity while briefing reporters, expressed concern about the bill's time requirements
The Department of Justice would receive $124.5 million, including $60.5 million more for immigration judges and legal services
"If [Republicans] want to pursue a legislative process to consider amending the law, that is a reasonable thing to do," he
The group recommended measures that would speed up deportations, including by changing the 2008 law so unaccompanied minors
UPDATE: 12:10 p.m. -- White House Spokesman Josh Earnest responded to Boehner at a briefing later Tuesday, saying the funding