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The GOP’s Bill to Stop Family Separations Looks Dead for Now

Waffling on the part of the White House likely means that no legislation on the matter will come up for a vote before recess next week.
Source: Joshua Roberts / Reuters

Less than 24 hours after House Republican leaders planned to file a standalone bill addressing the family-separation crisis, multiple GOP sources conceded on Wednesday that the issue was likely dead for the week.

Three House Republican sources, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss internal talks, confirmed that

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