“I will not vote for, and will actively oppose, immigration legislation that does not meet the expectations of the American people on important issues such as border security, citizenship, and a transition to a merit-based ‘points’ system.
“I am deeply concerned with the compromise announced yesterday. Both the process by which the bill will be considered in the Senate and the content of the proposal are troubling. Supporting an agreement on such a complex and important issue cannot be justified when legislation has not yet been written. I will be carefully reading the bill, expected to be about 800 pages, to determine whether the details of the legislation have merit.”
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China sent fighter jets and bombers into the Taiwan Strait and the island’s southwestern air defense identification zone over the weekend.
Senator Tim Kaine said he has drafted a censure resolution and may introduce the measure as soon as next week.
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