WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The RSC announced that the RSC Steering Committee took an official position opposing the Biden immigration agenda and put forth a conservative immigration framework.
The framework will help conservatives explain how Biden policies have created the current crisis and how the conservative position on immigration would fix it.
The steering committee statement is being released after eight members of the Republican Study Committee, led by RSC Chairman Rep. Jim Banks (IN-03) and Rep. Tony Gonzales (TX-23), visited the southern border last week to see the crisis firsthand.
Upon returning from the trip, Chairman Banks put together a memo explaining what the group saw and included recommendations fOr fixing it.
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