January 27, 2015
Fox News -- January 26, 2015
House GOP leaders cancel vote on border security bill amid blizzard of complaints
House Republican leaders on Monday sidelined a controversial border security bill amid widespread disagreement among GOP lawmakers, making it the latest piece of legislation caught in an internal battle in the caucus.
Chamber leaders blamed the decision to cancel the vote, which had been set for Wednesday, on the massive snowstorm hitting the East Coast; they also canceled all votes Monday night. No rescheduled date has been given.
However, the bill, passed last week in the House Homeland Security Committee, faced opposition from some of the chamber's most conservative members. Some lawmakers argue the bill -- considered a first step toward a more comprehensive immigration package -- fails to adequately address the issue of illegal immigrants inside U.S. borders...