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How Can the House Avoid Senate Mistakes on Immigration Reform?

House Speaker John Boehner, of Ohio, pauses during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, June 26, 2013. (AP)

The Schumer-Rubio immigration reform bill is now off to the Republican-controlled House after passing in the Senate 68-32. House Speaker John Boehner and Republican members like Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan have indicated they plan to produce a bill in some form on immigration reform that will make it out of the House chamber by the end of the year.

On 'Real News' Friday  the panel discussed the flaws they see in the Senate version and how the House can avoid the same pitfalls, especially those involving Obamacare and minimum wage tiers for agricultural workers--some of which will be higher than state mandated minimum wages. Watch a clip from the segment below with guest Mark Kirkorian from the Center for Immigration Studies.


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