By Amanda Becker
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Fresh from a bruising fight with House of Representatives Republicans over the budget, U.S. President Barack Obama on Thursday urged them to work with him to overhaul the country's immigration laws.
"Let's do it now. Let's not delay. Let's get this done, and let's do it in a bipartisan fashion," Obama said at a White House event that was part of a renewed push he is making on one of his top domestic priorities.
But immigration reform remains stalled in the Republican-led House and, if anything, the budget fight that caused a 16-day shutdown...