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Senate Opens Debate On Immigration Bill

Border fences, visas for gay partners and immigrants' IQs are just some of the issues swirling around the debate over a bipartisan immigration bill. The measure would beef up border security, shift the mix of visas allotted and create a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants already in the country. We explore the measure the Senate Judiciary Committee is debating.

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