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Must-Read Articles on Immigration, February 11, 2013

by Van Le on 02/11/2013 at 11:00am

Coming up this week: President Obama’s State of the Union speech (and Sen. Marco Rubio’s rebuttal afterward) will mention immigration, and Jose Antonio Vargas will testify at a Senate immigration hearing this Wednessday…

Associated Press: Immigration activists push for path to citizenship, say anything short is unacceptable
By Erica Werner

Roll Call: Immigration Advocates Bullish on Obama’s State of the Union
By Humberto Sanchez

Voxxi: Mobilization for immigration reform after State of the Union
By Raisa Camargo

NBC Latino: “Pathway to citizenship” is the sticking point on immigration talks
By Sandra Lilley

The Hill: Cantor: Initial efforts on immigration reform should focus on children
By Cameron Joseph

New York Times: Signs of a Shift on Immigration Among G.O.P. Rank-and-File
By Micah Cohen

The Hill: Gingrich to Republicans: Don’t sound like Romney on immigration
By Cameron Joseph
February 9, 2013

Associated Press: GOP hopes Rubio’s role in immigration, plus some luck, will improve ties with minorities
February 8, 2013

Wall Street Journal: Muñoz Interview: White House Expects Broad Immigration Bill
By Kate Milani

Star-Telegram: Group plans bipartisan push on immigration reform
February 8, 2013

Politico: Tech sector hopeful on immigration reform
By Michelle Quin

Bloomberg (Editorial): Immigration Reform Doesn’t Depend on a Secure Border
February 10, 2013

The Nation (Editorial): A Path for Immigrants?
February 6, 2013

New Jersey Star-Ledger (Editorial): Creating a permanent underclass undermines immigration reform
February 11, 2013

Los Angeles Times (Opinion): Deportation’s forgotten children
By Karen Bass and Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard

San Jose Mercury News (Opinion): We are a nation of immigrants, we must solve this problem
By Ellen Dumesnil

Think Progress: Gingrich Urges Republicans To Accept ‘Reality’ In Immigration Reform Debate
By Igor Volsky

Crooks and Liars: How Organizations with Ties to Hate Groups Are Trying to Influence the Immigration Debate
By Kenneth Quinnell

Latino Rebels: When Will CIS’ Stephen Steinlight Stop Being Such a Anti-Mexican Racist Tool?
By Rebeldes

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