WASHINGTON Calling it a “cause for optimism,” the National Restaurant Association welcomed Thursday’s decision by leaders of the U.S. Senate to resurrect an immigration reform bill as early as next week after shelving the proposal just eight days ago. Under the bipartisan agreement to revive the initiative, revisions would be limited to 22 amendments, with Democrats and Republicans each getting the opportunity to incorporate 11 changes. President Bush has urged that the measure be ...
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