We lauded U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio last week for his role in pushing a bipartisan comprehensive immigration reform package through the Senate. That bill will go nowhere, though, unless the U.S. House of Representatives takes up reform and produces a measure that can be reconciled with the Senate bill.
It’s time for Florida’s congressional delegation to take the lead and help deliver reform that affects not only the state’s millions of documented and undocumented immigrants but also the communities and businesses where they live and work. The timing is right, too.
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