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SAO PAULO The government has set up a task force to deal with the influx of Haitian immigrants into Brazil's northern state of Acre.The Justice Ministry says representatives of five ministries and the federal police comprise the task force that will "regularize the situation of Haitian immigrants who have entered Brazil illegally."Thursday's announcement follows a declaration of "social emergency" in Acre state due to the costs of helping the increasing numbers of Haitians entering the state.It said that more than 4,000 Haitians have entered Acre since the 2010 earthquake that devastated Port-au-Prince. State Justice and Human Rights Secretary Nilson Mourao says that 1,100 immigrants entered the state just in the past few days. Republican senators complained Wednesday that plans to hold just one hearing on a yet-to-be-unveiled immigration overhaul are "unacceptable" -- as they continued to press for more details on how much the legislation could cost taxpayers.Fox News has learned the proposed bill could be unveiled as early as Thursday. In anticipation of the release, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., announced his committee will hold a hearing on the legislation April 17.Though Leahy noted this hearing would be the committee's fourth on immigration this year, Republican senators complained it would only be the first -- and possibly last -- on this specific bill."A single hearing scheduled so quickly to discuss legislative language that is not yet even available is completely inadequate for senators or the American people to get answers to the many questions a bill of this magnitude will inevitably raise," Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, said in a statement. "We could not possibly have a meaningful hearing with a substantive discussion of what will surely be over 1,000 pages of provisions we haven't even yet seen."Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., called the hearing schedule "unacceptable.""We need a committee hearing on every component of reform, including the extraordinary potential costs to taxpayers, the impact on wages and job prospects for the unemployed, and the administration's continued refusal to enforce the laws previously enacted by Congr