Republican Congressman Bob Goodlatte, chair of the House Judiciary Committee overseeing immigration, said he expected Congress to pursue reform legislation despite a tight schedule featuring debates over Syria, health care, and the debt limit.
Those and other issues “should not deter us from getting to [immigration] as soon as possible,” Goodlatte said in an appearance on WAMU’s Kojo Nnamdi Show on Tuesday.
Goodlatte said he expected votes soon, perhaps in October, on a series of smaller House billson border security, internal enforcement, guest workers, and high-tech visas.
“Those bills are ready to go to the floor of the House and it’s my hope they come to the floor of the House as soon as possible,” he said.
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