A U.S. Senate committee on Thursday launched a weeks-long effort to pass a comprehensive immigration bill with a warning from the panel's top Republican that he would make the process as long and "arduous'' as possible."I plan to ask many questions throughout this process,'' Iowa Senator Charles Grassley warned the Democratic-controlled Senate Judiciary Committee. "I want to know how the bill doesn't repeat the mistakes of the past.'' Grassley, in a statement, promised an ``arduous'' and ``robust'' debate.An outspoken critic of comprehensive immigration legislation, Grassley has introduced nearly 80 amendments, many of them inevitably objectionable to the sponsors of the measure and to President Barack Obama, for whom immigration law reform is a top priority.The opening day reflected both the deep divisions and high hopes surrounding a measure that would put 11 million illegal residents on a path to citizenship and totally revamp the criteria for who gets into the United States and for...
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