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  • Congress approves limiting refugees admitted to the U.S.

    The House Judiciary Committee approved a bill in a 18-9 vote on Wednesday that allows Congress, not the president, to have final say over how many refugees can resettle in the United States. Hear the opening statement to the committee by Idaho Republican Rep. Raul Labrador, the bill's chief sponsor.

The House Judiciary Committee approved a bill in a 18-9 vote on Wednesday that allows Congress, not the president, to have final say over how many refugees can resettle in the United States. Hear the opening statement to the committee by Idaho Republican Rep. Raul Labrador, the bill's chief sponsor.
The House Judiciary Committee approved a bill in a 18-9 vote on Wednesday that allows Congress, not the president, to have final say over how many refugees can resettle in the United States. Hear the opening statement to the committee by Idaho Republican Rep. Raul Labrador, the bill's chief sponsor.

New refugee plan would give Congress, not Obama, final say

March 16, 2016 5:58 PM