Dream Act Fails To Advance In Senate

Dream Act fails to advance in Senate

President Obama says 'common sense did not prevail' after the 55-41 vote on the contentious immigration measure. Three Republicans voted for cloture while five Democrats voted no.The Senate rejected a path to citizenship for some illegal immigrants on Saturday, a defeat that pushes any effort to reform immigration into the next Congress where conservatives will have even more influence.

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