Castro: No Split Among Democrats on Immigration Reform

Though they have disagreements on some policy aspects of immigration reform, congressional Democrats are not advocating a quiet, do-nothing approach in order to stockpile ammo for the next election, U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro said Wednesday.

Castro, D-San Antonio, said that despite recent statements by U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill. — a firebrand on the immigration issue — there isn't a wedge within the party on the issue.

“No Democrat has told me, ‘Let’s not pass something because we want to use this in next year’s election,’” he said. “I think there are legitimate concerns among Democrats, especially ...

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