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Adan Ramirez stands under a portrait of Rufino Contreras during a meeting at the United Farm Workers office in Salinas, Calif. to discuss the Senates passing of the immigration reform bill on Thursday June 27, 2013. Contreras was killed during a labor strike in 1979. (AP Photo/Monterey County Herald, David Royal)

Immigration focus now on House after Senate OKs bill

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By David Espo and Erica Werner, Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) — Attention is shifting to the House and its conservative majority after the Senate passed a landmark immigration bill opening the door to U.S. citizenship to millions while pouring billions of dollars into securing the border with Mexico.

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