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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, October 4, 2013

by Van Le on 10/04/2013 at 10:34am

Las Vegas Sun: Amodei and Heck getting antsy on immigration reform
By Karoun Demirjian

Miami Herald: Rep. Garcia is new Miami face of long-odds immigration push
By Marc Caputo

Fox News Latino: Officials Still Targeting Non-Violent Immigrants, Despite New Obama Guidelines
By Elizabeth Llorente

New York Daily News: President Obama heads towards deportation milestone as immigration reform flounders
By Juan Gonzalez

The Associated Press: Calif. border prosecutions restored after gov’t shutdown caused curtailment
By Associated Press

Associated Press – New Mexico: Pearce’s hometown to see large immigration rally
By Russell Contreras

Las Vegas Sun: Immigration-reform supporters push forward, even as budget battle pushes issue to back burner
By Karoun Demirjian

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Wisconsin groups join national call for immigration reform
By Georgia Pabst

Chicago Sun-Times: Immigration reform march set for Oct. 12 in Chicago
By Tina Sfondeles

The Associated Press: California Gives Immigrants Driver’s Licenses

MSNBC: States attempt patchwork immigration reform
By Traci G. Lee

BuzzFeed: Report Details Discrimination Faced By Undocumented Transgender Immigrants
By Tony Merevick

Washington Post: Gansler says immigration stance of supporter in campaign video does not reflect his views
By John Wagner

VOXXI: Hispanics’ views more positive toward illegal immigration impact
By Ana Lopez

Christian Science Monitor (Opinion): House Republicans would be foolish not to pass comprehensive immigration reform
By Javier H. Valdés

Bloomberg (Opinion): Fix Immigration Law and California Will Be in Play
By Lanhee Chen

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (Opinion): Why I’m rallying for immigration reform
By Luz Maria Hernandez

Huffington Post (Opinion): How the Shutdown Affects Immigration
By Ryan Campbell

Newsday (Opinion): Don’t neglect immigration reform
By Isela Chavez-Portugal

The Hill (Opinion): Looking backward for insight on immigration reform
By Alex Nowrasteh

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