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House GOP may not act on immigration reform until fall

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House Republicans are unlikely to move on immigration reform legislation before they depart Washington at the end of July for a month-long summer recess, members said Wednesday as they emerged from a private meeting on the issue. The House could vote before the August recess on legislation limited to border security, a Republican priority, but there is no specific timeline for legislative...

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