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Chamber of Commerce President Thomas Donahue told reporters he remains confident Speaker John Boehner will enact comprehensive immigration reform.
Don’t put it past Republicans to change the subject now that Democrats are roasting in the Obamacare calamity.
The head of the biggest U.S. business group, a traditional ally of Republicans, said on Thursday that he remains confident that the top Republican in Congress will push to enact comprehensive immigration reform.
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U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Thomas Donohue said he is not worried about House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner’s refusal to negotiate with the Senate on its sweeping bipartisan bill.
Donohue said he supports Boehner’s decision to instead take a step-by-step approach with smaller measures to fix the nation’s broken immigration system.
“I believe it will get done,” Donohue said at a news conference attended by business, religious and law enforcement leaders, all of whom echoed his determination and optimism.