Senate Rules Didn’t Dash Dems’ Mass Amnesty, They Did (But Amnesty Might Still Survive)

Posted on AllSides September 21st, 2021
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US Congress, budget reconciliation, amnesty
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The sweeping change would grant permanent status and legal residency to an estimated 8 million people at a cost estimated at $140 billion.

The Senate’s parliamentarian appeared to dash Democrats’ mass amnesty dreams Sunday, issuing an opinion that the rules for a budget reconciliation bill — a privileged legislative vehicle that can be passed with a simple majority — don’t encompass providing permanent legal status to millions of illegal migrants.

Democratic leadership claimed they “are deeply disappointed,” but they know decision doesn’t matter, at least not as much as they’d like to...

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https://thefederalist.com/2021/09/20/senate-rules-didnt-dash-dems-mass-amnesty-they-did-but-amnesty-might-still-survive/

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