House Republican Wants Majority Favor Before Immigration Bill Brought to Vote

House Republican from California, Dana Rohrabacher, says Boehner would be betraying his party if he brings immigration reform bill to floor for a vote without a majority backing. According to Jonathan Easley writing for The Hill, Conservatives are hoping Boehner to follow the unwritten “Hastert Rule,” which requires support from the majority party before there is a vote. The Senate is hoping that a strong show of votes in favor of the bill will be momentum for it to also pass in the House. Rohrabacher, who is against the bill, does not know if there is a majority support, but claims the only reason there would be is because of media propaganda. To read more, please visit http://thehill.com/homenews/house/306011-gop-rep-rohrabacher-boehner-should-lose-his-speakership-if-he-allows-vote-on-immigration