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Detention Centres: Immigration Bill

detention centres: A look at the latest developments IMMIGRATION LEGISLATION UNCERTAIN The Republican party is trying to secure the votes needed for their wide-ranging immigration bill but apprehension over President Donald Trump's next tweet and fear of riling conservative voters are undermining efforts to shove an immigration bill through the House this week, leaving prospects dubious, according to The Chronicle Herald. Party leaders hope their tweaks to the bill will goose support from the GOP's dueling conservative and moderate wings. And while it's unclear how or when children separated at the southern border will be reunited with their families, there have been a surge of donations and volunteers at detention centres. Wavering Republicans, however, want Trump to provide political cover for immigration legislation that's despised by hard-right voters. I think that the best way to pass legislation is to consistently support a position and help move it forward, said Rep. His recent statements on their bill and history of abruptly flip-flopping on past health care and spending measures have not been reassuring. ( As reported in the news.