Wednesday, May 02, 2007
Immigration compromise continues to elude lawmakers
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- As advocates for immigration reform marched at sites across the country Tuesday, their protests were aimed squarely at Capitol Hill, where lawmakers have been struggling, without success, to come up with a compromise on the contentious issue.
One of the major Democratic negotiators of immigration reform legislation, Sen. Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts, says "talks have not been easy" in recent weeks.
The White House and key lawmakers have been urgently negotiating for nearly a month, trying to come up with a new way forward, but, so far, the only agreement out of those talks is how hard it is to agree.
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