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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, June 27, 2014

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Washington Post: Immigration reform effectively dead until after Obama leaves office, both sides say

New York Times: Bleak Prognosis From Both Sides of Aisle in House for Immigration Overhaul

Politico: How immigration reform died

NPR: Senate’s Immigration Reform Bill Is Declared Dead At One Year Old

Bloomberg News: Obama’s Immigration Strategy Complicated by Border Influx

Los Angeles Times: White House may delay easing deportation rules due to influx of minors

Cortez Journal (Colorado): Hispanics gaining clout in elections 

Washington Post: Timeline: The rise and fall of immigration reform

Fusion: Last Year, Immigration Reform Passed. This Year, It Died.

National Journal: One Year After Immigration Reform Passed the Senate, It’s Still Stalled Out

CBS News: Democrats admit the future looks bleak for immigration reform

The Hill: Reid blasts House on immigration bill one year since its passage

MSNBC: Top Democrats accuse House GOP of killing immigration reform

The Hill: On anniversary, Bennet calls for passage of Senate immigration bill

The Hill: Durbin: House inaction on immigration ‘heartbreaking’ 

The Hill: Democrats: No bluff, Obama will go it alone on immigration

The Hill: Dems to Obama: Forget GOP on immigration, change policy now

The Hill: Goodlatte steps back from immigration proposal that focused on children

McClatchy: No action soon on immigration, voting rights act, House Judiciary Committee chair says

Huffington Post: Bob Goodlatte: Dreamers Should Be Stripped Of Protections

Politico: Joe Biden: No ‘red card’ on immigration 

Wall Street Journal: Biden Says No ‘Red Card’ for GOP on Immigration 

New York Times: Snakes and Thorny Brush, and Children at the Border Alone

The Economist: Under-age and on the move

Roll Call: Pelosi Asks Boehner for Bipartisan Response to Border Crisis

The Hill: Obama talks tough: Child migrants can’t stay

The Hill: DHS: No ‘free pass’ for immigrant children

Politico: Poll: More want less immigration

Associated Press: Fastest-Growing Minority Group In 2013? Not Latinos; Drop In Immigration May Be Cause

Politico: John Boehner lawsuit brings in cash for DCCC

Arizona Republic (Arizona): Grijalva: It’s time to act on immigration without GOP 

Arizona Republic (Arizona): GOP governor candidates trade barbs over immigration

Seattle Times (Washington): Patty Murray urges Obama to flex executive power on immigration

CBS4 (Colorado): Immigration Reform Protesters Pack Rep. Gardner’s Office

Bakersfield Now (California): Bakersfield City Council tables immigration reform resolution

San Jose Mercury-News (California): Driver licenses closer to reality for California immigrants here illegally

CBS News York/AP (New York): New York City Council Approves Plan For Municipal ID Cards

Washington Post (The Fix): Immigration reform in Congress is dead. That’s really bad news for Republicans in 2016.

Washington Post (Plum Line): Morning Plum: Boehner scratches GOP base’s impeachment itch

Roll Call (Opinion): Don’t Delay Immigration Reform for Another Year | Commentary

The Hill (Opinion): In killing immigration reform, Republicans ensure their own demise

Las Cruces Sun-News (New Mexico – Editorial): Editorial: County takes hands-off tack on immigration

Modesto Bee (California – Editorial): Our View: Modesto immigration reform rally should inform voters, not alienate allies

MLive (Michigan – Opinion): Guest column: Immigration reform is not dead