Immigration Bill Stalls in Senate!

The very controversial Senate immigration bill just stalled in the US Senate.
AP reported:

A White House-backed bill revamping U.S. immigration laws stalled in the U.S. Senate on Thursday, handing President George W. Bush a major legislative setback.

The sharply divided Senate refused to limit debate on the fragile compromise hammered out by a bipartisan group of senators and the White House. As a result, the legislation will be set aside and the Senate is expected to move on to other matters.

Michelle Malkin is liveblogging the vote.
Let Freedom Ring explains why the bill failed.
John Hawkins has the complete scoop.

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