Indiana Senators divided on dead immigration bill

Indiana Senators Evan Bayh and Richard Lugar were split over the revived immigration bill that died in the Senate yesterday.  The Republican Lugar voted on a failed effort to move the overhaul of immigration laws towards the final passage, while the Democrat Bayh went with the majority.  Bayh says the bill wasn’t tough enough on making sure illegal immigration was controlled before a guest worker program could be set up, as well as a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants already in the country.