More Delays For Immigration Reform

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Comprehensive Immigration Reform, approved last month by the senate, isn't going anywhere soon in the House of Representatives.

Speaker John Boehner has repeatedly said the House will not take up the Senate's version of the Reform Bill.

And this week, we heard it could be months before they consider a bill of their own.

Critics say the pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants included in the Reform Bill equates to amnesty.

But lawmakers on both sides do seem to agree.

Congress has to find a compassionate answer to help the children of those in the U.S. illegally.

People like Mariana Hernandez, who was brought over as a child and raised here.

She's here with Mauricio Calvo from Latino Memphis.