By Justin Sink
BoehnerJohn Boehner3 ways the next president can succeed on immigration reform Republican Study Committee elders back Harris for chairman Dems to GOP: Help us fix ObamaCare MORE pressed his fellow Republicans to move forward with immigration legislation during a closed-door meeting last week but has also said he would not bring the Senate bill to the floor for a vote. Boehner has repeatedly vowed to only proceed with legislation that carries the support of a majority of his Republican conference.
Murdoch has been a vocal supporter of immigration reform in the past and publicly lobbied former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney to support reform efforts.
In a report detailing the economic benefits of the Senate bill released by the White House last week, Murdoch was quoted voicing support for the effort.