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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, January 12, 2015

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AP: House GOP takes broad aim at Obama immigration policies
By Erica Werner

New York Times: Expansive House G.O.P. Immigration Bill Undercuts the President
By Ashley Parker 

New York Times: For Jeb Bush, Evolving Views Over 2 Decades
By Michael Barbaro

Wall Street Journal: Romney Tells Donors He Is Considering 2016 White House Bid
By Patrick O’Connor and Beth Reinhard 

Wall Street Journal: Bill to Defund Homeland Security Unlikely to Pass Senate
By Laura Meckler and Kristina Peterson

Politico: House GOP’s immigration problem: No path to 60 in Senate
By Manu Raju and Seung Min Kim

The Hill: House GOP unveils $40B spending bill for Homeland Security
By Rebecca Shabad

Politico: House Republicans file $39.7 billion DHS bill
By David Rogers

National Journal: House GOP Makes an Aggressive Opening Bet on Immigration
By Daniel Newhauser and Rachel Roubein

Wall Street Journal: House GOP Prepares Expansive Rollback of Obama’s Immigration Policy
By Laura Meckler and Kristina Peterson

Huffington Post: House GOP’s Homeland Security Plan Will Undo Obama Executive Action On Immigration
By Elise Foley

Bloomberg: House Republicans Target Child Immigrants in Tea Party Nod
By Heidi Pryzbyla and Eric Wasson

Bloomberg: GOP Rebels Declare (a Kind of) Victory with Immigration Bill
By Dave Weigel

Vox: Here’s the Republican strategy for stopping Obama on immigration
By Dara Lind

The Hill: GOP prepares broad immigration assault
By Rebecca Shabad and Cristina Marcos

Talking Points Memo: New GOP Plan Sets Up Showdown With Obama Over Immigration
By Sahil Kapur

Politico: House GOP expands attacks on Obama’s immigration actions
By Seung Min Kim and Jake Sherman

National Journal: Republicans Set Stage for Immigration Showdown
By Daniel Newhauser and Rachel Roubein

Politico: Rep. Castro: Don’t block immigration action funding
By Seung Min Kim

MSNBC: How Texas could give up on its DREAM
By Amanda Sakuma

Washington Post: States passed 171 immigration laws last year
By Niraj Chokski 

Boston Globe (Massachusetts): A provocateur the GOP can’t afford to ignore
By Matt Viser

The Hill:  (Op-Ed): GOP increasing share of Hispanic votes would mean 2016 victory
By Raoul Lowry Contreras

MSNBC (Opinion): How GOP obstructionism empowered the presidency
By Matthew Rozsa

Washington Examiner (Opinion): The coming Republican failure on immigration
By Byron York

New York Times (Opinion): Behold the Republican Immigration Strategy: Mass Deportation
By Lawrence Downes

Washington Post (Plum Line): Republicans set to ramp up call for more deportations?
By Greg Sargent

La Opinión (Editorial): The Politics of Deporting