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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Mon Apr 15, 2013 10:25 AM CDT

With all the focus on a potential immigration reform bill coming forward in the Senate, there comes the realization that an immigration bill would also have to pass the House.

On Sunday, the Omaha World-Herald highlighted how at least some conservatives in the House aren't going to go dancing easily into the sunset on Cinco de Mayo simply because election politics have changed. Rep. Steve King, a Republican from Northwest Iowa and member of the House Agriculture Committee, discussed a pause he had to take during a speech on immigration he was giving on the House floor.

"I had to ...

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