No, it can be amended, and changed. So in essence, there will have to be a compromise. It is hard to imagine that it will be passed as is.
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The legislative process is complex and often the end product, i.e. the law that passes through Congress, has little resemblance to the original bill. There are riders, line items, etc. Stay tuned, as we are a long way from the passing of the Immigration Reform Act.
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