A House Divided 

Shutting down the government also shut down immigration reform in the House of Representatives.

The recent shutdown of the federal government is now behind us, and unsurprisingly it was America's poor and those who depend on government services who suffered the most during the Republican temper tantrum. But for the 11 million undocumented persons who call the…

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