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>> In a bid to settle a divisive election year fight among his fellow Republicans, speaker Paul Ryan will bring two competing immigration bills, to the house floor next week. Bringing back into focus the fate of the Dreamers. A spokesman for Ryan said the bills will quote, resolve the border security and immigration issues, that have been at the center of a dispute between centrist and conservative Republicans.
Though she didn't say what was in the bills, or whether they had the votes to pass.>> There's nothing partisan or political about protecting dreamers.>> This stops a more popular bipartisan bill from coming to the floor, forced through a process known as a discharge petition. Representative Mark Meadows, the leader of a hard right group of House Republicans.
Told reporters late on Tuesday that one of the bills would provide temporary protections for Dreamers, while also imposing tough new limits on illegal immigration, and bolstering border security. It's not clear whether any Democrats will support either bill, if they come to a vote next week.>>
]>> Even if Ryan manages to get one of the bills passed, it could be rebuffed by a Senate Democrats, whose support is needed for passage in that chamber.