Irish immigration reform campaigners call on Eamon Gilmore to bring cross-party delegation to Washington
Irish politicians urged to make their presence felt on Capitol Hill as new legislation moves toward Congress
The new immigration reform legislation faces a stiffer opposition in the House of Representatives, with a majority of the Congress being Republican.
Republican speaker for the House, John Boehner, said last week he will not put the bill into the lower chamber without support from the “majority of the majority”.
In response, Schumer said that Republican national leaders to press the House speaker to pass the bill due to the fact that the GOP needs the immigrant vote. In the 2012 election 70 percent of America’s Hispanic electorate voted for Barack Obama over Mitt Romney.
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