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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Fri Jan 31, 2014 09:15 AM CST

Immigration reform will once again take up a significant amount of debate outside the House chambers this year. House leaders released a set of principles on Thursday to pass legislation, but lawmakers also indicated there likely would not be a floor vote until after the primary season has ended. It's possible no real legislation could come until a lame-duck session after the fall general election as well.

The principles laid out Thursday highlight border security, visa tracking, fully implementing E-Verify, making it easier to bring in skilled workers and offering citizenship to children brought into the country illegally.

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