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Senate Democrats Plan June 10 Start on Immigration Bill

The Senate plans to start work during the week of June 10 on legislation to revise U.S. immigration law and create a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants, a spokesman for Majority Leader Harry Reid said.

Spokesman Adam Jentleson said today that Democrats first want to complete work on legislation reauthorizing farm programs when the Senate returns next week from a one-week break. He said the chamber will then turn to the immigration measure, which the Judiciary Committee approved 13-5 on May 21.