The Senate passed the immigration bill, 68 to 32, which will now be sent to the House. The Senate’s version is likely dead on arrival, because House Speaker John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) has vowed not to hold votes on it.
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How the Senate voted:

Here are some of the actions the House might take:


Strike down the Senate’s bill, then draft one exactly like it.


Introduce its own comprehensive bill.


Consider separate immigration bills that would then be combined into one package.

If the House passes a bill that differs from the Senate bill, a conference committee of senators and House members could meet to draft a compromise bill.

SOURCE: Immigration Policy Center, staff reports. Published June 27, 2013.