Members of the House of Representatives leave after a vote on Capitol Hill after the House and Senate moved to end a government shutdown, on January 22, 2018 in Washington, DC. AFP / Brendan Smialowski
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U.S. lawmakers Tuesday sought a way forward on an immigration deal including protection for "Dreamer" immigrants and border security before federal funding runs out again next month.The Republican-led Congress Monday passed a measure signed into law by President Donald Trump to fund the federal government through Feb. 8 following a three-day shutdown. Rounds, along with U.S. Senator Angus King, an independent often aligned with Democrats, said any immigration solution was likely to focus on Dreamers and extra border security.Trump's budget director Mick Mulvaney, however, indicated the White House might be looking for a bigger deal.
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