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Embattled House Republican leaders are delaying a vote on compromise GOP immigration legislation until next week, and are planning changes in hopes of salvaging the legislation.

GOP lawmakers leaving a two-hour closed-door meeting say leaders will add two provisions to the sweeping legislation to attract more backing. One would require employers to use an online system to verify the citizenship of their employees, which could attract conservatives. The other would make it easier for employers to retain migrant workers, which could bolster support from Republicans from agricultural regions.

The article goes on to state the following:

The overall bill would make it possible for young immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally to become citizens, finance President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall and impose other security requirements.

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