Immigration reform unlikely to advance

WASHINGTON DC - Idaho Representative Raul Labrador says it's unlikely lawmakers in DC will get to immigration reform this year. It was a top priority when congress took summer recess 5 weeks ago, but things have changed.

Rep. Labrador says when the House reconvenes tomorrow lawmakers will face other pressing issues. Syria and national debt top the list of issues that need to be addressed. Rep. Labrador thinks immigration will likely be pushed back until next year.