In the midst of debate on Syria and with a budget crisis looming, the possibility of a compromise on an immigration reform bill flickered last week in Washington.
Immigration activists aligned with Democrats, who backed most major facets of the Senate bill passed in June, urged U.S. House Republicans to produce legislation of their own, signaling that compromises can be reached to pass a law this year.
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