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Dreamer Immigrants: Senate Control and Ian Campbell

dreamer immigrants: The effort meant that a congressional drive to help young Dreamer immigrants that seemed to have lost steam earlier this year could be resurrected in the run-up to November's elections for House and Senate control, according to Vancouver Courier. That could spell fresh headaches for GOP leaders, whose party is divided between backers of President Donald Trump's hard-line views and more pragmatic members.article continues below Trending Stories Squamish hereditary chief Ian Campbell considering a run for mayor with Vision Vancouver Thousands ordered out as part of B.C.'s southern Interior braces for flooding Marpole modular housing opponents want to be heard by Supreme Court of Canada East Side businesses feeling the pinch The rebellious lawmakers want the House to vote in June on four bills including a bipartisan compromise, a conservative proposal and a liberal plan. One top maverick said they had enough support to succeed. Many of the legislators demanding action face potentially competitive re-election races in congressional districts with large numbers of Hispanic, suburban or agriculture-industry voters with pro-immigration views. Jeff Denham, R-Calif. We feel very importantly that this has got to happen now, and we're willing to drive that vote, said one leading proponent, Rep. ( As reported in the news.