WASHINGTON Efforts to overhaul the nation's immigration rules suffered a severe setback on Thursday when the Senate failed to approve a proposal ending debate on the reform package currently under consideration, casting its future in doubt. The National Restaurant Association has warned that a failure to approve federal reform legislation opens the door for stringent enforcement measures at the state and local level.The group recently voiced its support for the current Senate bill, ...

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