(AL.COM) In his bid to be voted Speaker of the House, Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan has made concessions on immigration policy to satisfy a conservative wing of House Republicans, according to U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks.
Brooks, R-Huntsville, gave a speech on the House floor on Tuesday morning outlining the agreement Ryan struck with Brooks and other members of the Freedom Caucus in a face-to-face meeting last week.
It's the first known promise Ryan has made in his effort to win the top position in the House of Representatives. And the deal on immigration may help pave support for Ryan with House conservatives beyond the Freedom Caucus.
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