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Senate immigration vote: A done deal, not necessarily a prediction

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When the Senate takes a vote, there’s a period in which senators stand around the well of the chamber, chatting in groups of two and three, while fellow lawmakers come in and out to cast votes. When that was happening Tuesday on a motion to move to debate on the Gang of Eight comprehensive immigration reform bill, Sen. Kelly Ayotte, who made news Sunday by becoming the first Republican outside...

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