An upcoming vote on 2 bills next week
The moderates and the conservatives have finally come to an immigration agreement that has been long awaited. Both parties will be voting on two bills next week, one proposed by the conservatives that is not expected to pass, and another based on closed-door negotiations regarding DACA. House Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows, a North Carolina Republican, emerged from the conservative meeting late Tuesday saying he'd talked to moderates about what conservatives could accept, offering a promise that his members would support a vote on the to-be-written negotiated bill if they got a vote on their preferred conservative bill. The moderate Republicans are hoping that with some support towards the bolstering of the border, they come get a DACA solution. There is also talk of creating a new possible visa that could create a special path to citizenship only for undocumented immigrants. I think that this movement will create better understanding of what is to come.