President Obama just announced a plan to close Guantanamo Bay prison, and it includes sending prisoners to the U.S.
"This is about closing a chapter in our history. It reflects the lessons that we've learned since 9/11," Obama said.
There are 91 prisoners currently at the prison, and of those, 35 are cleared for transfer to a third-party country.
For the rest who cannot be transferred or are subject to military commission proceedings, Obama is proposing bringing them to a facility in the U.S.
Republicans in the House and Senate overwhelmingly oppose any plan that includes moving those prisoners to U.S. soil.
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