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Protestors demonstrate calling for immigration reform in front of the Illinois GOP headquarters on June 27, 2013 in Chicago, Illinois. Today the U.S. Senate passed an immigration reform bill with broad bipartisan support that would overhaul immigration laws for the first time in more than two decades.
At this point, we're pretty used to hearing lots of sound and fury from Congress on the immigration debate, but it's starting to sound more and more like a death rattle.
At least according to the latest reporting from Politico. They predict that immigration reform is heading for a slow death.
Rachel Smolkin, deputy managing editor for Politico joins the show with more.