Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said he expects little resistance to an immigration reform package during the next session of Congress. Although Reid said it's not likely to happen in President-elect Barack Obama's first 100 days, it will be brought up.
In an interview with the Gannett News Service, Reid said the first 100 days would be spent on confirmations, appropriations and the repeal of several of George W. Bush's executive orders. But Reid referred to the meeting between Obama and John McCain and how immigration reform was a point of discussion.
"I don't expect much of a fight at all," Reid said in the article.
The Detroit Free Press has the entire Q&A.