House Passes DHS Funding Bill That Prohibits Obama's Unilateral Amnesty
Rep. Robert Aderholt (R-AL)
The U.S. House of Representatives voted Wednesday 236 to 191 to approve a Department of Homeland Security bill that prohibits the Executive Branch from taking action to carry out the unilateral amnesty that President Obama signed as an executive order back in December. The bill includes an amendment sponsored by Rep. Robert Aderholt, (R-AL) that any agency of the federal government from using funds to carry out any order of the President's immigration actions under the memoranda issued by himself and his subordinates. No House Democrats voted for the amendment and only a few Republicans voted against it.
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