A central Illinois congressman has concerns about the immigration reform bill passed by the U.S. Senate.  Republican Representative Rodney Davis says the Senate bill calls for key provisions to be implemented once the Department of Homeland Security determines the U.S. border is secure enough.  He thinks states along the nation's borders with Canada and Mexico should help make that determination.

The Senate bill would give a 13-year path to citizenship to an estimated eleven-million immigrants living illegally in the U.S.  Davis thinks children brought to the U.S. should be granted legal status, but added he wants to see how the House version of the immigration bill gets written.     

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