The end around DACA maneuver is almost here

How does the House GOP leadership avoid an embarrassing discharge petition that forces a vote on a DACA fix they don’t like? They bring up a vote on a different pair of immigration bills designed to defuse the effort. Or at least that’s the plan for now.
Seeing doom on the horizon if the discharge petition were to go through (and they’re only two votes short at the moment), retiring Speaker Paul Ryan has made tentative arrangements to bring two immigration bills to the floor for a vote next week. Of course, since it sounds like at least one of these is a bill that President Trump would never be willing to sign and the other seems impossible to pass, it’s likely just an exercise in futility which will force many members to take a vote they’d rather avoid in a midterm year. (NBC News)
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