tags: , Blog

Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, August 15, 2014

Share This:

MSNBC: Obama signals possible executive action on immigration (VIDEO)

MSNBC: Coming soon: An immigration battle royale (VIDEO)

Talking Points Memo: McConnell Demands Vote On House GOP Bill To End Deportation Relief

Fox News: Fox News poll: Voters to Congress — Do something! Anything! on immigration

Washington Post: The data on white anxiety over Hispanic immigration

New York Times: In Court, Immigrant Children Are Moved to Head of Line

Los Angeles Times: Child’s detention despite citizenship reveals immigration case woes

CQ Roll Call: Slowdown in Child Migrants Won’t End Debate Over Supplemental Funding

NPR: Young Migrants May Request Asylum, But It’s Hard To Get

Colorado Public Radio (Colorado): Congressional candidates in Colorado’s 6th District face challenges to woo the Latino vote

My Fox Houston (Texas): Immigration Overload: Immigration Protest at Senator Cruz office

San Francisco Bay Guardian (California): SF school board votes to aid Central American child refugees, hopes to spark national movement

Associated Press (New Mexico): Immigration authorities seek extension on ed requirements for detainees in Artesia

KLEW-TV (Idaho): Congressman Labrador addresses immigration and the national debt

La Opinión (Editorial): Two years after DACA

Chicago Tribune (Editorial): Don’t overreach on immigration, Mr. Obama

Chicago Tribune (Opinion): $680 to become a citizen? Way too much

Washington Monthly (Opinion): The Law and Politics of a DACA Expansion

The New Republic: Obama’s Executive Power Isn’t What He Thinks It Is

Washington Post (Right Turn): A more minimalist immigration reform bill

The Hill (Congress Blog): Time for Obama to go big on immigration

Rolling Stone: The GOP’s Fake Border War

National Journal (Opinion): The Court, Not Congress, Is Obama’s Biggest Obstacle

The Hill (Congress Blog): National Review’s delusional ‘analysis’ of Latino voters

Houston Chronicle (Texas—Opinion): Richardson: U.S. competitiveness tied to solving immigration problems