The Big Conversation
A major new federal immigration proposal has corralled bipartisan support, but Texas Republicans aren't biting.
The proposal — unveiled Monday by a group of four Republican and four Democratic U.S. senators — includes a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants and increased border security. The unveiling came a day before President Barack Obama is expected to lay out a plan of his own that is said to be moderately more liberal than the senators' proposal.
But in Texas, the senators' proposal isn't winning much GOP support. Both of the state's U.S. senators, Republicans John ...