Congressman Joe Heck has his own immigration bill that hasn't gone very far. But that might not be the end of immigration reform in the House. The Senate passed a comprehensive bill earlier this year that the House leadership has refused to act on because many members oppose it. But now some of the most strident opponents of immigration reform, and especially, a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants, are saying that the Republican leaders will likely push for reform. So will they or won't they? And has anything changed since the stand-off earlier this year?
Karoun Demirjian, Washington correspondent, Las Vegas Sun