House Weighs Stricter Immigration Enforcement

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The House of Representatives is set to vote this week on controversial legislation aimed at stopping illegal immigration. But unlike related bills in the Senate, this one is only about enforcing immigration controls and doesn't include a guest worker program. That's led to heated opposition from Democrats and some Republicans.

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