"The results are yet another reminder that Republican lawmakers face a fractured base," Washington Post reports.
The Evangelical Immigration Table (EIT) declared April 17 to be the Evangelical Day of Prayer and Action for Immigration Reform, offering a "unified evangelical voice [to] echo through the halls of Congress proclaiming a biblical vision for immigration reform that respects the rule of law, reunites families and upholds human dignity."
EIT's day of lobbying comes just as the Senate "Gang of Eight" reveals its highly anticipated comprehensive immigration reform bill. The new bill is the most extensiveimmigration reform bill to be proposed since 2008, and is the work of an eight-member, bipartisan group including Sens. Marco ...1