FILE - In this June 20, 2013, file photo House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio responds to media questions at a Capitol Hill news conference in Washington, where he addressd immigration reform legislation, jobs, and President Barack Obama's plan to set limits on the carbon emissions of existing power plants. House Republicans are rebelling against the key recommendation of a party-sanctioned post-mortem: embrace “comprehensive immigration reform” or suffer crippling losses among Hispanic voters in 2016 and beyond. This week they invited renewed Democratic taunts of a “war against women” by passing the most restrictive abortion measure in years, and threaten to refuse to raise the federal debt limit later this year if Obama won’t accept spending cuts he staunchly opposes. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

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FILE - In this June 20, 2013, file photo House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio responds to media questions at a Capitol Hill news conference in Washington, where he addressd immigration reform legislation, jobs, and President Barack Obama's plan to set limits on the carbon emissions of existing power plants. House Republicans are rebelling against the key recommendation of a party-sanctioned post-mortem: embrace “comprehensive immigration reform” or suffer crippling losses among Hispanic voters in 2016 and beyond. This week they invited renewed Democratic taunts of a “war against women” by passing the most restrictive abortion measure in years, and threaten to refuse to raise the federal debt limit later this year if Obama won’t accept spending cuts he staunchly opposes. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
FILE - In this June 20, 2013, file photo House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio responds to media questions at a Capitol Hill news conference in Washington, where he addressd immigration reform legislation, jobs, and President Barack Obama's plan to set limits on the carbon emissions of existing power plants. House Republicans are rebelling against the key recommendation of a party-sanctioned post-mortem: embrace “comprehensive immigration reform” or suffer crippling losses among Hispanic voters in 2016 and beyond. This week they invited renewed Democratic taunts of a “war against women” by passing the most restrictive abortion measure in years, and threaten to refuse to raise the federal debt limit later this year if Obama won’t accept spending cuts he staunchly opposes. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
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