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Republicans are already looking ahead to the next election in 2014.
They're trying to do something about their low numbers with Hispanics.
Correspondent Douglas -- -- on the first steps this week.
Clearly aware of the changing demographics of the US congressional Republicans sent two signals today that they are intent on wooing Latino voters -- -- to have a new tone about immigration when he to be more welcoming in the house -- Labrador Puerto Rican born Republican -- was one huge majorities in -- conservative first district.
Is resurrecting the so called -- jobs bill short for science technology engineering and math.
It would and the green card lottery which randomly selects 55000 immigrants from countries with low immigration rates.
And reallocate them to foreign born postgraduate degree holders.
This is a very important piece of legislation.
American businesses up companies are saying that they need high steel workers.
And they're not finding it is it enough.
Sponsors say the stem those uniquely appealing to conservatives and immigrants.
It allows beneficiaries to bring their families to the US while also blocking the brain drain caused by US trained foreign born engineers returning home.
These communities actually agree with us -- a lot of the issues.
The problem is that they don't even listen to us because they think that we don't welcome them in our party and nothing could be further from the truth we actually want.
More people to join our party.
The -- is expected to pass in the house despite resistance from some Democrats.
Who object to replacing the green card lottery which makes no exception for education.
-- why -- you have to eliminate 55000 people from Africa and from Eastern Europe.
Aren't they just as valuable -- they just as worthy.
The stem jobs -- will be -- -- on the house floor later this week meanwhile on the senate side to retiring Republicans Kyle and Hudson.
Have filed their own immigrant friendly bill is called the achieve backed an alternative to the DREAM Act.
-- -- a pathway to citizenship for immigrants who seek a college education for military experience but who turned down on welfare.
-- death tax.
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