Paul Ryan: We’re Still ‘Working Hard’ For Immigration Reform

BREITBART — Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) conceded that GOP leaders currently do not have the votes in the House for amnesty legislation, but he also said that he hoped immigration legislation could be passed this year. In an interview with the hometown Janesville Gazette that was published on Monday, Ryan said House GOP leaders are scrambling to try to find enough votes to pass immigration legislation. “We don’t have the votes right now,” he said. “Right now, we’re working hard to find where that consensus lies.” Even though the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office determined that amnesty legislation would lower the wages of American workers, Ryan was defensive when asked if he was supporting amnesty because he wanted to provide cheap labor to businesses. [Read More]