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Concurrent Resolution On The Budget For Fiscal Year 2015 April 10, 2014
Xavier Becerra, D-CA
"Through this budget we could, right now, move to increase the economy’s capacity, increase the number of jobs, and decrease our deficits by finally fixing our broken immigration system."
Discharge Petition For Bipartisan, Comprehensive Immigration Reform April 2, 2014
Alan Lowenthal, D-CA
"We demand this vote because the American people are tired of living under a broken immigration system and seeing families broken apart. The American people know that passing this bill will save our country $900 billion over the next two decades. We know that the American people overwhelmingly support immigration reform with a path to citizenship."
Providing For Consideration Of H.R. 1459, Ensuring Public Involvement In The Creation Of National Monuments Act, And Providing For Consideration Of Motions To Suspend The Rules March 26, 2014
Jared Polis, D-CO
"Mr. Speaker, I yield to the gentleman from Tennessee (Mr. Cohen) for the purpose of a unanimous consent request so that this House can address replacing the real antiquity that is our broken immigration system."
Immigration Reform March 26, 2014
Jared Polis, D-CO
"I come before this body today, Madam Speaker, to address the urgent need for passing immigration reform and finally replacing our broken immigration system with one that secures the rule of law, that secures our Nation’s borders, and that ensures that we fix this problem and issue going forward."
Executive Needs To Faithfully Observe And Respect Congressional Enactments Of The Law Act Of 2014 March 12, 2014
Bill Foster, D-IL
"Instead of fixing our broken immigration system, Republicans are doubling down on costly deportation and detention practices that are costing taxpayers millions and tearing families apart."

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