September 20, 2013
The road to overhauling the nation’s immigration laws became even more difficult Friday when two Republicans abandoned a bipartisan group that had been working to craft a solution in the House of Representatives.
Rep. John Carter, R-Texas, and Rep. Sam Jonhson, R-Texas, put the blame for their decision to leave the House working group on President Obama.
They said the bill they were developing put a lot of responsibility in the hands of the executive branch to enforce immigration law, and they couldn’t trust him to follow through.
This article was posted: Friday, September 20, 2013 at 5:18 pm