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A bipartisan deal to fund President Barack Obama’s sweeping immigration reform effort passed the Senate by a vote of 51-48, with Biden joining the Democrats in voting with the Republicans.
The Senate voted to send the legislation to the House, where it will need to be reconciled and reconciled with a final version of the legislation before it can become law.
Democrats also voted to delay debate on the legislation for five days, which will allow senators to review the bill and make amendments.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Addison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnell GOP leaning toward voting ‘yes’ on Kavanaugh Senate GOP pushes forward with Kavanaugh nomination despite new Kavanaugh allegations GOP senator: Democrats should let Dems ‘make up their minds’ on Trump MORE (R-Ky.) said after the vote that the bill “does not go far enough” to help millions of immigrants who have lived in the country illegally for years.
But he noted that Republicans did not vote to delay the debate, saying the bill was not intended to be a one-time deal.
“This is about a common goal.
We have to make sure we’re moving in the right direction,” McConnell said.
Democrats, who had previously objected to the bill, were divided on how to move forward.
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“I’m disappointed that they voted to pass it, but I’m disappointed in their choice to do it,” he said.
“The president has done a great job, but we’re not in a position to make it law.”
Biden said that his vote was “very, very simple” because he supports the legislation and that he will support it.
“We’re moving this along.
We’re making progress.
We should be doing this,” Biden said.
The legislation would allow a path to citizenship for millions of people who have been in the U.S. illegally for five years or more, and would give Congress 30 days to pass a law to allow that process.
The bill also provides a path for employers to hire legal workers.
The measure would allow the government to use funds to enforce immigration laws for three years, while also making sure employers pay back the federal cost of illegal immigration.
Biden, who has said he would not be an amnesty president, was asked during a Thursday night rally whether he supports amnesty.
“No,” he replied.
“Yes, I do.”
Biden’s vote comes after Sen. Dick Durbin Richard (Dick) Joseph DurbinsOn Nicaragua, Russia, Ukraine: Will Trump-Putin ties end?
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“He is trying to come to some consensus that will make a good agreement, that will pass in both chambers of Congress,” Durbines said on Twitter.
The president, who was campaigning in Michigan for his re-election campaign, also praised Biden for voting “yes” to the legislation.
“With this vote, I am making progress towards building a stronger, more humane