July 10, 2013
by The Hill

The tech industry insists it has no backup plan if its push for immigration reform comes up short in Congress. 

Industry insiders argue there’s still time and political momentum to get legislation out of the House despite the pessimism that’s started to pervade some corners of Capitol Hill and the White House.

“We’re not thinking about alternatives. We’re fully committed to the House process, whatever it will be and whatever it is,” said Peter Muller, director of government relations at Intel.  

“I don’t think we have the luxury to think about a Plan B,” he added. “I don’t know what it would be that would work.”
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