Yeah, the one that makes it a Felony to be in the country illegally, and would authorize localities to arrest and deport folks. It's the one that is basically the opposite of the one the Senate wishes to pass.
I know that there are going to be terse negotiations between the House and Senate on that. The bill should be interesting in the final form.
I am totally pro-legal immigration as well. I think what bothers me the most about the illegal immigration issue is that the politicians treat it like a game, but you know when the average citizen breaks a law, we get the book thrown at us, but here the President is basically trying to reward illegal behavior.
A good friend of mine is hispanic, second generation with her parents having migrated from Mexico and Cuba respectively, and both of them support the House Bill, because they think everyone should have to go through what they did to enter this country legally. Her father enlisted in the US army actually, which helped him gain his citizenship, and he served the nation in return.