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Old 04-24-2006, 11:21 AM
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Default Speculated timeline for CIR by Attorney Matthew Oh

http://www.immigration-law.com/Canada.html

As pushed by the November mid-term national election strategies, the political leaders are poised to reignite the comprehensive immigration reform debate. Here is the currently known agenda:
    • Bush will announce in California today urging the Congress to work on this legislative bill.
    • Senators will pick up the debate which they left behind unfinished when they had left the Hill for the Easter break. All likelihood is close to April 27, 2006.
    • Senate Judiciary Committee will redraft the bill by May 4, 2006 to push for the passage of the bill.
    • Senate Majority Leader, Bill Frist, is pushing to wrate up the immigration reform legislation by the end of May 2006.
  • Despite the media opinion of the potential backfire of the massive rallies and outpouring of the immigration supporters, the foregoing agenda may rekindle the heat and flame of passions on the streets, allies, and door steps of the political leaders. Please stay tuned.
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Default Bush Tries to Refocus Immigration Debate

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http://www.immigration-law.com/Canada.html

As pushed by the November mid-term national election strategies, the political leaders are poised to reignite the comprehensive immigration reform debate. Here is the currently known agenda:
    • Bush will announce in California today urging the Congress to work on this legislative bill.
    • Senators will pick up the debate which they left behind unfinished when they had left the Hill for the Easter break. All likelihood is close to April 27, 2006.
    • Senate Judiciary Committee will redraft the bill by May 4, 2006 to push for the passage of the bill.
    • Senate Majority Leader, Bill Frist, is pushing to wrate up the immigration reform legislation by the end of May 2006.
  • Despite the media opinion of the potential backfire of the massive rallies and outpouring of the immigration supporters, the foregoing agenda may rekindle the heat and flame of passions on the streets, allies, and door steps of the political leaders. Please stay tuned.
I don`t undestand, what does it means "All likelihood is close to April 27, 2006.[/size]"?
They are debating during the SJC talking about the bill? It look so mess and so confusing.....
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