As immigration reform legislation percolates in closed-door, bipartisan working groups in the House and Senate, lawmakers are approaching their self-imposed deadline of mid-April to lay out actual legislation. But, with opposition groups rallying their forces, the speed at which lawmakers can move to a vote could determine whether the legislation can make it to President Obama’s desk at all.
Christian Science Monitor: For immigration reform, time could be of the essence
New York Times: Key Democrat Chides President and Senators on Pace of Immigration Bill
Washington Post: Key Senate chairman worries immigration overhaul pace too slow
Huffington Post: Haley Barbour: Immigration Timeline In Congress ‘Overly Optimistic’