Barack ObamaHouse Republicans voted Wednesday to overturn President Obama’s controversial immigration actions, despite deep Democratic opposition. The House voted 237-190 on an amendment to legislation funding the Homeland Security Department through the rest of the budget year to the tune of $40 billion. The amendment would undo executive actions Obama announced in November that provided temporary deportation relief, and offer work permits, to some 4 million illegal immigrants. Another amendment would cancel Obama’s 2012 policy that’s granted work permits and stays of deportation to more than 600,000 immigrants who arrived in the U.S. illegally as kids. That measure passed more narrowly, 218-209, as more than two dozen Republicans joined Democrats in opposition. A final vote on the bill is expected soon. Republicans say Obama’s moves amounted to an unconstitutional overreach that must be stopped. More