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Must-Read Articles on Immigration, February 28, 2013

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Voxxi: As immigration debate rolls on, where is Kris Kobach?
By Griselda Nevarez

New York Times: White House Says It Was Not Involved in Detainee Release
By Kirk Semple

CNN: White House was ‘unaware’ of immigration detainee release

Huffington Post: Jay Carney: Immigration Agency Made Decision To Release Detainees
By Elise Foley

Christian Science Monitor: Detainees released: Could that hurt immigration reform? (+video)
By Patrik Jonsson

The Nation: How Private Prisons Game the Immigration System
By Lee Fang

Associated Press: House chairman raises prospect of legalization, even citizenship, for illegal immigrants

New York Times: House Republican Expresses Support for Guest-Worker Program
By Ashley Parker

Huffington Post: Bob Goodlatte On Immigration: ‘We’re Open’ To Legalization For Undocumented Immigrants
By Elise Foley

Easley Patch: Graham: Immigration Reform’s Time is Now
By Jason Evans

Politico: Republican group readies immigration blitz
By Alexander Burns and Maggie Haberman

NBC Latino: Border town experts head to DC to tell the “real border security story”
By Adrian Carrasquillo

ABC News: Secure Border? El Paso, Texas, Says, Yes!
By Jim Avila and Serena Marshall

Wall Street Journal: Texas’ Busier Border Patrol
By Ana Campoy

NPR: Is There Really A ‘Line’ For Immigration?

Associated Press: Immigrants with language, medical specialties get on fast track to US citizenship with Army

New York Times (Blog): Low-Risk Offenders on the Loose
By Lawrence Downes

The Hill (Blog): Buyer beware: E-Verify’s hidden costs
By Emily Tulli

Los Angeles Times: Divergent views on illegal immigration emerge in state GOP
By Richard Simon and Patrick McGreevy

The Packer (California): Ag leaders argue for new guest worker program
By Tom Karst

Courier-Journal (Kentucky): Kentucky immigration reform urged at Capitol rally
By Joseph Gerth

Immigration Impact: Congressional Hearing Illustrates Nativist Manipulation of “Border Security”

Daily Kos: Redistricted into 20% Latino district, GOP Rep. Mike Coffman decides he supports immigration reform
Laura Clawson