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Immigration Reform News Today / Qué Pasa En Inmigración, July 20, 2015

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National Journal: GOP May Not Take Back the White House Without Latino Voters
By Emily Deruy

NBC News: GOP 2016 Win Will Need More Than 40 Percent Of Latino Vote, Says Study
By Griselda Nevarez

McClatchy: GOP needs much bigger share of Latino vote for ‘16 win, study finds
By David Lightman

EFE: Republicans need 47 pct. of Latino vote to win White House

Los Angeles Times: New data suggest GOP 2016 nominee will need to win nearly half of Latino vote
By Lisa Mascaro

Columbus Dispatch (Ohio): Group: GOP candidate needs Ohio’s Latino vote
By Randy Ludlow

Augusta Free Press (Virginia): Group: Republicans need bigger share of Latino vote to win in 2016

Wall Street Journal: Scott Walker, Confronted by Immigrant in Iowa, Blames Obama for Family’s Uncertainty
By Reid Epstein

Washington Post: Scott Walker tells undocumented worker that immigrants must follow the law
By Jenna Johnson

Journal Sentinel (Wisconsin): Walker visits Iowa hometown, gets earful on immigration
By Patrick Marley

Wall Street Journal: One Subject Scott Walker Won’t Talk About: Donald Trump
By Reid J. Epstein

Washington Post: Hillary Clinton slams Trump over criticism of McCain
By Sean Sullivan

Politico: Hillary Clinton slams Trump’s ‘shameful’ comments on McCain’s war record
By Annie Karni

AP: GOP sheds cautious approach to Trump — but he may not care
By Julie Pace

Fox News: Fox News Poll: Reshuffling of GOP field, many agree with Trump on immigration
By Dana Blanton

Latino Post: George Lopez Leads Audience in Profane Anti-Donald Trump Chant: ‘F***’ Him
By Ma Elena

Vox: John Kasich is the most interesting GOP presidential contender
By Andrew Prokop

Politico: Poll: Bush has edge over Rubio among Miami Cuban voters
By Marc Caputo

Los Angeles Times: Hillary Clinton’s political director brings key lessons from her own (losing) campaign
By Evan Halper

Politico: Steve King: I’m as Hispanic as Julian Castro
By Eliza Collins

NBCNews: Que, Que? Rep. Steve King Says He’s as Latino as Julián Castro
By Suzanne Gamboa

MSNBC: Immigration takes center stage at Netroots Nation
By Nisha Chittal

Los Angeles Times: LA County considers new immigration program for jails in light of SF slaying
By Kate Linthicum and Lee Romney

The Nation: What’s Next for the Domestic Workers Movement?
By Ai-jen Poo and Andrea Cristina Mercado

Bloomberg View (Opinion): Facing the Facts on Illegal Immigration
By Albert R. Hunt

New York Times (Upshot): The Trump Campaign’s Turning Point
By Nate Cohn

USAToday (Op-Ed): I don’t need to be lectured
By Donald Trump

Huffington Post (Opinion): Donald Trump and Immigration
By Andy Schupak

Washington Post (Opinion): Stop laughing at Donald Trump
By William H. Frey

Washington Post (Plum Line): Morning Plum: A lot of Republican voters agree with Donald Trump. What does that mean?
By Greg Sargent

ABC News:  Scott Walker Confronted by Undocumented Worker During Stop to Childhood Hometown

Wisconsin State Journal: Return to Plainfield highlights promise, pitfalls of Scott Walker campaign

En español:

Republicanos necesitan 47% del voto latino para ganar la Casa Blanca

Martin O’Malley en Al Punto con Jorge Ramos

Pitbull a Donald Trump: Hablaste muy mal de nosotros

Pitbull y sus fuertes comentarios a Trump

Republicanos arremeten contra Trump por dichos sobre McCain

Santuarios y la reforma migratoria

Sin acuerdo entre el gobierno e inmigrantes para cerrar centros familiares de ICE
Por Jorge Cancino

No logran acuerdo en caso de familias detenidas en Estados Unidos

Un año después de la crisis migratoria, miles de niños inmigrantes siguen atrapados en el limbo
Por Jorge Cancino

Proponen nuevos cambios a la Ley del Castigo
Por Jorge Cancino

Simplifican trámite migratorio a familiares

Agricultores de California apoyan medida para trabajadores indocumentados

Peligran licencias de conducir para DREAMers en California

Casi 400 mil indocumentados tienen licencia de conducir en California

Más de 35 mil cubanos podrían ser repatriados a la Isla desde Estados Unidos

Con las embajadas, miles de cubanos en EEUU ahora temen ser deportados
Por Alicia Caldwell y Curt Anderson

La emigración crece como plan de vida de los venezolanos
Por Ernesto Tovar