With momentum building toward the completion of a draft immigration bill, Republican lawmakers -- even one at the center of the talks -- are urging Senate leaders to slow the process down to avoid making "fatal" mistakes. Advocates for a comprehensive immigration reform bill were jubilant over the weekend after representatives for big business and labor agreed on a framework for allowing low-skilled workers into the country. Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., declared Sunday that "every major policy issue has been resolved," and said he anticipates a bill on the floor as early as May. It comes after Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., in a comment Republicans took as a signal the chairman intends to rush the bill through, stressed that his committee has already held dozens of hearings.
University of Texas at Arlington Political Science Professor ALLAN SAXES Joined the Morning News Express to talk about it. You can hear it on the Bobcats