WASHINGTON The U.S. Senate has derailed immigration reform for a second time in two months by once again failing to push a proposal forward to a vote. Senate leaders failed Thursday to muster the 60 votes needed to approve cloture, or an end of debate, on the bipartisan Kennedy-Kyl bill. The measure was championed by the National Restaurant Association as a good starting point for overhauling the nation’s immigration laws, which are widely viewed as ineffective in halting an influx ...
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