When it comes to immigration reform, U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) says there is support from south of the boarder. Durbin says the Mexican government is supportive of immigration reform and that is positive. “But I think they will take care, as we would in like circumstances, not to really push the United States,” Durbin said. “We have to make our own decisions in our own country about this issue.” 

Durbin acknowledges that immigration reform would have an impact on Mexico.

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Meanwhile he says tightening security on the boarder would continue under compromises in the bill He expects the bill to come up for a vote in the Senate in early June. It will be harder to pass in the House.

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