Flawed House Border Bill Advances Without Improvement



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Scraps Border Fencing, Delays Biometric, Preserves Catch-and-Release, Allows Work Permits for Border-CrossersBy Jessica Vaughan WASHINGTON, Jan. 24, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — On Wednesday, the House Homeland Security committee rubber-stamped Rep. Michael McCaul’s flawed border security bill (HR399) without meaningful improvements. The barely-tweaked bill reportedly is scheduled to be considered by the full House next Wednesday, January 28.…

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