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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, January 8, 2013

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The Week: Is 2014 the year for immigration reform?
By Laura Colarusso

Brownsville Herald (Texas): IMMIGRATION REFORM: Optimism increases for some
By Melissa Montoya

CNN: Christie heralds DREAM Act as message to Washington
By Peter Hamby

Business Insider: Chris Christie Just Made The Decision To Own Immigration Reform For 2016
By Brett Logiurato

Politico: Chris Christie signs, lauds N.J. DREAM Act
By Jose DelReal

The Hill: Christie celebrates DREAM Act signing
By Rebecca Shabad

Politico: Immigration reform’s narrow window for survival
By Seung Min Kim

Fox News: GOP rep: ‘Doing nothing’ on immigration is the real ‘amnesty’
By Christopher Snyder

Fusion: ICE Admits to Detaining 13 Pregnant Women
By Cristina Costantini

Roll Call: Bipartisan Policy Center Hires New Immigration Director
By Jason Dick

Fox News Latino: Undocumented Lawyer Says He Would Consider Running For Governor Of California

Roll Call: White House Looks Past Congress for Its Agenda
By Steven T. Dennis

Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Georgia): Your daily jolt: Paul Broun says Democrats need illegal alien vote to take Georgia
By Greg Bluestein, Jim Galloway and Daniel Malloy

The Hill: Broun: Georgia will only go Democratic if ‘all these illegal aliens’ get to vote
By Cameron Joseph

MSNBC: Georgia Republican warns ‘illegal aliens’ will turn state blue
By Benjy Sarlin

KPCC (California): Update: Sheriff Baca to retire; LAPD deputy chief considering run
By Frank Stoltze

Daily News-Sun (Arizona): Russell Pearce takes on Obamacare, immigration in Sun City West talk
By Jeremy Bush

The Hill (Congress Blog): Citizenship matters
By David Leopold

Reuters (Opinion): American business needs immigration reform
By Joe Echevarria

The Hill (Pundits Blog): GOP front-runner Christie touts New Jersey Dream Act
By Brent Budowsky

New York Times (Opinion): Bridging the Compassion Gap
By Thomas B. Edsall

Miami Herald (Florida — Opinion): U.S. immigration policy undermines our competitiveness
By Jerry Harr