Immigration reform could divide Republicans

House and Senate Republicans are at odds over how to handle immigration reform, with some supporting opening up more legal avenues for immigrants and others calling for tighter border security. Death of the proposals may be preferred over having to reach a compromise, one writer says, citing congressional insiders.

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