House Speaker John Boehner walked Wednesday to the House chamber as lawmakers gathered for a vote on funding for the Homeland Security Department that would curb President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration.
House Speaker John Boehner walked Wednesday to the House chamber as lawmakers gathered for a vote on funding for the Homeland Security Department that would curb President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration. J. Scott Applewhite The Associated Press
House Speaker John Boehner walked Wednesday to the House chamber as lawmakers gathered for a vote on funding for the Homeland Security Department that would curb President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration. J. Scott Applewhite The Associated Press

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