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Congress nears passage of immigration reforms

The U.S. Congress moved closer toward embracing more post-Sept. 11 security measures on Tuesday as key lawmakers approved controversial requirements making it tougher for foreigners to seek asylum and outlawing driver’s licenses for illegal aliens. The immigration control proposals were agreed to by Senate and House negotiators after weeks of wrangling. They have been attached to an emergency measure moving through Congress that mainly funds U.S. combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. Full Story

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