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July Recess: Immigration Legislation and President Donald

july recess: Now they are facing almost certain defeat, stung by their own divisions and President Donald Trump's wavering support, according to Vancouver Courier. It remained unclear late Tuesday what the final version of the immigration legislation would contain. Instead, lawmakers are expected to turn toward a narrow bill to prevent immigrant family separations in hopes of addressing that issue before leaving town for the Fourth of July recess.article continues below Trending Stories Owners of fire-damaged Shaughnessy home facing charges under city's heritage bylaw No hormones, no plastic straws and now no meat A&W goes beyond' burgers Vancouver changes pot shop regulations ahead of legalization Hearts flutter as Ryan Reynolds offers video tribute to Rio TheatreGOP leaders set out to pass the sweeping immigration measure on their own, without Democratic input, after some members agitated for action. GOP negotiators had been working over the weekend on an amendment to tack on provisions to draw more support. The broader bill includes trade-offs, including a multi-year path to citizenship for young immigrants who have been living in the U.S. illegally since childhood and 25 billion for Trump's border wall. But it was not expected to be included. ( As reported in the news.