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U.S. House Republicans fail to reach immigration bill deal; talks continue

WASHINGTON - A high-level meeting of US House of Representatives Republicans ended on Tuesday with no deal and no draft immigration legislation even being offered, a leading lawmaker said upon exiting the 90-minute, closed-door session.
Representative Mark Meadows, who heads a group of hard-right conservative Republicans, told reporters that while he was still optimistic a compromise could be found, there was "no deal at this point" and "I haven't seen a draft proposal" for legislation.
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