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The Common Sense Coalition's bipartisan immigration bill dropped last night, but it's already drawing complaints from lawmakers from both parties:
- Hardline Republicans don't like a provision that calls for immigration enforcement to focus on undocumented immigrants with criminal records and recent arrivals.
- Meanwhile, Democrats aren't happy about preventing "dreamers" who become citizens from sponsoring their parents.
Bottom line: This was the Senate's best shot at appeasing both sides, but so far, 60 votes still looks just out of reach.