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Immigration Reform News Today / Qué Pasa En Inmigración, December 18, 2015

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Washington Post: Ted Cruz’s claim that he has ‘never supported legalization’ of undocumented immigrants
By Michelle Ye Hee Lee

Politico: Who’s right: Ted Cruz or Marco Rubio?
By Seung Min Kim

Huffington Post: Ted Cruz May Be Right In His Fight Against Marco Rubio. But That Just Makes Him A Petty Politician.
By Elise Foley

Talking Points Memo: Key Immigration Reformers Cast Doubt On Cruz’s ‘Poison Pill’ Account
By Tierney Sneed

Mic: Here’s What You Need to Know About Ted Cruz’s Record on Immigration
By Luke Brinker

New York Times: Ted Cruz Escalates Attack on Marco Rubio Over Immigration
By Yamiche Alcindor

Politico: Rubio baiting Cruz on immigration was months in the making
By Eli Stokols

National Journal: Rubio Continues Sparring with Cruz
By Zach Montellaro

Washington Post: The Daily 202: Is Ted Cruz a phony?
By James Hohmann

CNN: Ted Cruz’s run to the right
By Theodore Shleifer

Politico: Limbaugh backs Cruz over Rubio
By Eliza Collins

NPR: Cruz-Rubio Immigration Battle Dates Back To 2013 Bill
By Tamara Keith

The Hill: Senate immigration bill authors say Cruz wanted legislation to pass
By Alexander Bolton

USA Today: Debate shows immigration issue will haunt Marco Rubio
By Ledyard King

The Hill: In Vegas, Cruz says immigration moves meant to call Dems’ bluff
By Jonathan Swan

MSNBC: Ted Cruz on defensive as immigration fight engulfs campaign
By Benjy Sarlin

Washington Post: Cruz defends his 2013 immigration proposal: ‘It’s called “calling their bluff”‘
By David Weigel

NBC News: Rubio: Cruz Has ‘Not Told The Truth’ About Immigration
By Alexandra Jaffe and Andrew Rafferty

Mother Jones: Has Ted Cruz Always Opposed Legalization of Undocumented Immigrants?
By Kevin Drum

Vox: Republican elites are trying desperately to stop Ted Cruz
By Matthew Yglesius

Washington Post: Marco Rubio wants to unite later by staying vague now
By Sean Sullivan and David Fahrenthold

Reuters: Rubio Probably Cannot Count on Senator Reid’s Support

Washington Post: Cheers, a punch, a slur. What it’s like in the crowd at a Donald Trump rally.
By Stephanie McCrummen

The Hill: Cruz a ‘hell no’ on spending bill
By Jordain Carney

AP: AP-GfK Poll: Tough Immigration Plans Not a Must for GOPers

AP: AP-GfK Poll: Majority of Americans Favor Path to Citizenship

Politico: Feds stalled plan to vet visa applicants through social media
By Josh Gerstein

The Hill: DHS insists: We screen social media
By Julian Hattem

New York Times Magazine: The New Attack on Hispanic Voting Rights
By Jim Rutenberg

National Journal: Celebrity Chef José Andrés Urges Immigrants to Become Citizens
By Alexia Fernandez Campbell

Al Jazeera America: Watchdog slams US media for coverage of refugee crisis, immigration
By Lisa De Bode

Washington Post (Opinion): The great fracturing of the Republican Party
By Eugene Robinson

New York Magazine (Opinion): When Did the GOP Get So Crazy on Immigration?
By Ed Kilgore

Washington Post (The Fix): Latinos grow sour on race relations. Is Donald Trump to blame?
By Aaron Blake

Washington Post (The Fix): Getting front-runner treatment from the press, Ted Cruz shows first sign of wilting
By Callum Borchers

Washington Post (Plum Line): Sorry, Marco Rubio. Ted Cruz hates amnesty a lot more than you do.
By Greg Sargent

Washington Post (Opinion-Virginia): Why Corey Stewart is perfect for Trump’s Virginia campaign
By Peter Galuszka

En español:

Rubio y Cruz, los más presidenciables
Noticiero Telemundo

La familia demócrata de Marco Rubio
CNN en Español

Trump dice que esperaba más críticas en debate republicano
AP/Yahoo Noticias

Putin alaba a Trump, “líder absoluto” de la carrera presidencial en EEUU
EFE/Yahoo Noticias

El debate de Las Vegas
Lincoln Díaz-Balart/Univision.com

El Donald Trump del Supremo
Daniel Morcate/El Nuevo Herald

Inmigración no obsesiona a los republicanos
AP/Yahoo Noticias

El ABC del programa para pedir refugio en EEUU

Aprueban propuesta para identificación que servirá a indocumentados
Noticiero Telemundo AZ

Celebran triunfo de ID para indocumentados en Phoenix
La Voz de Arizona

Por buscar el Sueño Americano casi pierden la vida en altamar
La Opinión/Impremedia

Las iglesias son el refugio de inmigrantes para evitar la depresión navideña
La Opinión/Impremedia

Rostros de la oleada cubana que llegó a EEUU, consecuencia del deshielo
AFP/Yahoo Noticias

Presentarán cargos criminales contra el hispano vecino del sospechoso del ataque en San Bernardino