President Donald Trump's abrupt order last week to end his policy of breaking up families who crossed the border illegally did not explain how his aggressive immigration policies could be adjusted to keep families intact, house them and assess their legal status.
The House rejected the GOP's second attempt at passing immigration reform Wednesday, clearing the way for a possible vote on a narrower proposal to codify the Trump administration's family separation policy next month.
Trump has demanded that Congress resolve the family separations with legislation, amid an uproar at home and overseas over the separation of more than 2,300 children from their parents that resulted from his administration's policy of "zero tolerance" toward illegal immigration.
Bringing a bill to the floor that isn't expected to pass is unusual in the House, a move that leadership was forced to take after moderate Republicans almost forced an unusual procedural maneuver last month that would have required the House to vote on a series of immigration proposals some of which leaders did not back.
It remained unclear late Tuesday what the final version of the immigration legislation would contain. Democrats, though, said the bill would have made that path more hard. "Unfortunately, many who voted against the bill ... were more concerned with politics than people and policy", Love said in a statement.
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"In additional to two very bad bills, there was a power grab by the leadership to deprive the members of the house the use of the tool", Welch said.
We will remind, from April 19 to may 31 due to the policy of "zero tolerance" declared by United States attorney General Jeff Sissom, on the border of Mexico with U.S. 1995 children were separated from their parents.
Last week he even tweeted urging the House to "stop wasting their time" on an immigration bill until after the midterm elections.
The bill also planned to cut down the gross legal immigration by 25 per cent, 260,000 lesser legal immigrants a year.
While the White House officials did manage to talk to some lawmakers about the legislation, the timing of Trump's last-minute intervention left few opportunities to push the bill, a White House aide said.
"This victory will be bring relief to all the parents and children who thought they may never see each other again", ACLU lawyer Lee Gelernt said in an email.
"He (Ryan) has been terribly cowardly about going against the president or going against some of the more extremists in his caucus and allowing the rest of the members to have the opportunity to take a vote", said Grijalva.
However, conservatives relish such tough stances and rather than achieving middle ground, leaders' efforts have largely underscored how irreconcilably divided the Republicans are on the topic. "We can pass great legislation after the Red Wave", Trump tweeted.