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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, February 11, 2015

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The Hill: On immigration, Ohio leaders should do what’s right–not what’s “Right”
By Lynn Tramonte

The Hill: Polls show mixed support for vulnerable GOP senators in 2016
By Ben Kamisar

Daily Kos: House anti-immigrant bill to fund DHS puts four GOP senators in political peril
By Kerry Eleveld 

Politico: Ted Cruz’s immigration gambit
By Manu Raju

Reuters: Jeb Bush Talks Immigration, Education, Releases Emails as He Eyes 2016 Bid

Washington Post (The Fix): Jeb Bush faces plenty of early warning signs
By Aaron Blake

National Journal: House and Senate GOP Play Chicken Over Homeland Security Funding
By Sarah Mimms and Daniel Newhauser

Politico: Republicans turn up heat on Dems in DHS fight
By Seung Min Kim

Politico: Johnson: A stopgap bill not enough for DHS
By Seung Min Kim

New York Times: Impasse on Funding for Homeland Security Is Looming in Congress
By Ashley Parker

Time: Republicans Point Fingers as Congress Approaches Funding Deadline
By Alex Rogers

Bloomberg: Boehner in Tug-of-War With McConnell Over Retreat on Immigration
By Heidi Przybyla

The Hill: GOP leaders at odds over immigration
By Alexander Bolton and Rebecca Shabad

National Journal: McConnell Says Senate Is Stuck, It’s ‘Up to the House’ on DHS
By Sarah Mimms

AP: McConnell: Senate ‘stuck’ over bill funding Homeland Dept.
By Erica Werner

Talking Points Memo: GOP Infighting Begins As Clock Ticks To Homeland Security Shutdown
By Sahil Kapur

Politico: Mitch McConnell to House: Send us a Plan B on DHS
By Seung Min Kim

The Hill: McConnell: House must make next move on DHS funding
By Rebecca Shabad

The Hill: Top Dem: Congress will face backlash for DHS shutdown
By Cristina Marcos

Roll Call: House Says, Senate Says: GOP Split on Next DHS Move
By Emma Dumain and Niels Lesniewski

CQ: GOP Might Consider a Full-Year CR for DHS
By Jennifer Scholtes

AP: Driver’s Licenses for Immigrants Spurs Debate in New Mexico

The Hill: Congressional Republicans face tough decision on Lynch vote
By Jonathan Easley

Houston Chronicle (Texas): ‘Most religious voices want immigration reform’
By Olivia Tallet

The Hill(Op-Ed): GOP can win funding battle with legislation for Dreamers
By Cesar Vargas

Houston Chronicle (Opinion-Texas): Feds warn of border setbacks in immigration funding dispute