Politico -- Seung Min Kim
House Republicans are set Wednesday to mount a furious assault on four years of President Barack Obama’s immigration policies – satisfying hardliners on the issue but prompting resistance among some moderates concerned that the party’s leadership has gone too far.
The GOP-led chamber is poised to vote Wednesday on legislation funding the Department of Homeland Security through the end of September, with measures attached that would effectively kill the administration’s efforts to unilaterally shield millions of undocumented immigrations from deportations. It would also thwart Obama’s enforcement policies that limited deportations of people who weren’t criminals or serial immigration violators.
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Updated: Wed, Jan 28th 2015 @ 11:45am EST