Obama’s being asked to delay immigration reform moves -- by some in his own party.
(Jose Luis Magana / Associated Press)
Karen Tumulty and Robert Costa
Both Democrats and Republicans are anxious about the implications of a “September surprise.”
(Melina Mara / The Washington Post)
The longtime advocate is drawing large crowds across the country as he tries to find GOP support.
But Gutierrez said Republicans who support the idea are staying deliberately quiet to avoid a backlash from conservative activists.
If House Republicans force immigration reform to conform to the "Hastert Rule" it will kill the legislation, Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) said Sunday.