In early March, the two elder statesman of the Senate Judiciary Committee ventured across the Capitol to the House of Representatives.
They were there testify about the many problems with the EB-5 immigrant investor visa program, which has been exploited by developers from the sunny streets of Beverly Hills to Manhattan and the northern mountains of Vermont.
Sens. Patrick Leahy and Charles Grassley have been fighting to reform the EB-5 program for years now. Leahy, Vermont’s senior senator, and Grassley, the senior Republican from Iowa, have long shared a friendship and a willingness to work together.
And in testimony before the House Judiciary Committee in March, the two shared the same message with House members: Change the EB-5 program, or let it die.
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