On a bipartisan vote of 13 to 5, the Senate Judiciary Committee voted to pass Senate Immigration Reform Bill out of the committe and on to the Senate floor for a full vote in the coming days. The Senate committee mark-up spanned three weeks and covered many of the 300 amendments offered on every aspect of the bill. The resulting legislation represents a concerted effort to find a workable and fair immigration policy that makes our nation stronger.

Source: Business Week