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Immigration legislation faces obstacles in House

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The focus of hotly contested immigration legislation swung Friday from the Senate to the House, where conservative Republicans hold power, there is no bipartisan template to serve as a starting point and the two parties stress widely different priorities. "It's a very long and winding road to immigration reform," said Rep. Tom Cole, an Oklahoma Republican who said it could be...

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