EXCLUSIVE: Utah Rep. Mia Love talks House immigration vote
SALT LAKE CITY — Rep. Mia Love, R-Utah, was a vocal part of the deal reached by Republican leadership to vote on two immigration bills in the House of Representatives next week. She spoke exclusively to KSL Newsradio about the deal and her plans for the legislation.
Love says she’s hard at work coming up with legislation to address immigration reform, border security and interior enforcement.
Love says her work on the issue is a “thank you” to her immigrant parents.
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