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Byline: BRIAN MITCHELL
The House will vote next week on a major border and immigration control bill, minus the guest-worker program proposed by President Bush. But getting the Senate to go along may take some doing.
Leading Senate Republicans have put forth three plans tying guest-worker programs to tougher border controls and interior enforcement. President Bush also supports this strategy.
The Senate, with White House help, may go along only with changes that approve more foreign workers.
House leaders could be hard pressed to find common ground.
"We do not have a clear consensus on what a guest-worker program should look like," said House Judiciary Chairman James Sensenbrenner, R-Wis., this week.
Sensenbrenner's panel …