Congress left town on a five-week vacation with many issues remaining unresolved, including immigration and the budget.

It's business as usual for vacationing Congress

Students participate Wednesday in an immigration rally held in Bakersfield, Calif. Some 1,500 activists descended on House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy's Central Valley district to push for action on immigration legislation, seeking to increase pressure on the House GOP at a critical time in the immigration debate. (AP Photo/The Bakersfield California, Henry A. Barrios)It's business as usual for vacationing CongressDelaware County Daily Times editorial boardCongress has begun its summer break - five weeks long, or more time than the average ...

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