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Topic - Daniel Coats
The Obama administration's decision to release some immigrants awaiting deportation back into the community has spawned a furious backlash from Congress, where stunned lawmakers have besieged the Homeland Security Department with questions.
Former Democratic Sen. Bob Kerrey of Nebraska, who left Washington in January 2001, is trying to be the latest to have a second act on Capitol Hill.
Sen. Daniel Coats, a Democrat from Indiana who served in the Army, said in a Senate floor speech Monday that he will wait to hear the president's speech Tuesday before announcing how he will vote.
"I can see the traffickers pitching this to tens or hundreds of thousands of people, taking their money, getting them across the border, breaching the fence or tunneling under the fence or climbing over the fence," Mr. Coats said.