“Expect to be,” Flake told reporters while walking to Sen. Jon Kyl’s (R-Ariz.) whip office.
Sens. John McCainJohn McCainSenate about to enter 'nuclear option' death spiral Graham: Nunes should reveal surveillance source Intel Dem: White House is acting like ‘what a cover-up to a crime looks like’ MORE (R-Ariz.) and Lindsey GrahamLindsey GrahamSenate about to enter 'nuclear option' death spiral Graham: Nunes should reveal surveillance source Can Trump rebound after failure on healthcare bill? MORE (R-S.C.) will also play important roles. Graham has restarted talks with Sen. Charles SchumerCharles SchumerNRA launches M Supreme Court ad Senate about to enter 'nuclear option' death spiral The real reason why ObamaCare repeal failed MORE (D-N.Y.) on a framework for reform.
Republican Party strategists say the party needs to improve its performance with Hispanic voters and persistent conservative opposition to comprehensive immigration reform has been a sore point with this crucial electoral bloc.
President Obama has said passing immigration reform would be a priority in 2013 and last week House Speaker John BoehnerJohn BoehnerNunes rebuffs calls for recusal Wounded Ryan faces new battle Bottom Line MORE (R-Ohio) signaled support for addressing the issue, saying that a “comprehensive approach” was “long overdue.”