Buds of bipartisanship offer signs that the legislative process is coming back to life after years of political gridlock, says BPC President Jason Grumet.
While dozens of immigration-related bills have been introduced by members on both sides of the aisle, most of the work remains at the committee level.
Major differences could sink further negotiations toward a comprehensive deal or, if they persist, lead to major difficulties in implementing that deal.
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