Republican leaders agree the status quo is untenable, but still are not ready to act.
The House Speaker rules out conference negotiations on the Senate bill, probably killing reform's hopes.
GOP Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart says he hopes Congress will act next year, but the "window is definitely closing."
Sooner or later, there will be a vote.
Three House Republicans have now embraced the Dem comprehensive reform proposal.
Two House Republicans sign on to the Democratic plan for comprehensive immigration reform.
If reform is really dead, why do folks have to keep proclaiming it to be the case?
Dems put Republicans on notice: If you kill immigration reform, you will pay a major price.
GOP Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart suggests a way forward.
Frank Sharry offers House Republicans a roadmap they just might be willing to take.