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AILA Doc. No. 19012238 | Dated January 21, 2019 | File Size: 7129 KDownload the Document
On 1/24/19, the Senate rejected the "End The Shutdown and Secure The Border Act" on a 50-47 vote, largely along party lines. The following Senators crossed party lines:
Democrats that voted in favor:
Republicans that voted against:
On 1/21/19, Senate Republicans introduced the "End The Shutdown and Secure The Border Act." (Senate Amendment 5 to H.R. 268) The bill aims to end the partial government shutdown by funding the Wall, more detention beds, and additional border patrol and ICE agents, while providing limited protection for Dreamers and TPS-holders, and banning Central American minors from seeking asylum at the border.
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