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Boehner: House will act to stop Obama

Greg Nash

By Scott Wong

Speaker John Boehner vowed Friday that the House will act to stop President Obama’s executive actions on immigration.

“We’re working with our members and looking at the options that are available to us, but I will say to you, the House will, in fact, act,” Boehner said in a news conference at the Capitol.

The Ohio Republican’s remarks came the morning after Obama delivered a prime-time speech announcing that he would take unilateral action to shield as many as 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation.

Boehner did not specifically weigh in on a debate raging in his conference: whether Congress has the authority to defund Obama’s changes to immigration policy through a bill to fund the government. House Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers (R-Ky.), who’s been pushing for an omnibus bill to fund the government through the fiscal year, dismissed such an effort as “impossible.”

Boehner said by Obama taking unilateral actions on his health care law and immigration reform, he’s broken any trust that existed with Republicans. But the Speaker reiterated that voters are demanding that both parties come together to fix the immigration system.

“We have a broken immigration system and the American people expect us to work together to fix it,” Boehner said. “We ought to do it through the Democratic process — moving bills through the people’s house, through the Senate, and to the president’s desk.”

Source:The Hill

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