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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, January 14, 2015

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Washington Times: A year after immigration reform push, John Boehner aims to cancel Obama amnesty
By S.A Miller and Stephen Dinan

The Hill: Rubio: 2016 decision could come soon
By Ben Kamisar

Roll Call: Diaz-Balart Describes an Immigration Deal Undone
By Emma Dumain 

Politico: House, Senate GOP seek to close chasm at retreat
By Jake Sherman

National Journal: How Hard Will Senate GOP Fight on Immigration?
By Rachel Roubein and Fawn Johnson

Politico: GOP moderates rebel against House immigration measure
By Seung Min Kim

New Republic: Senate Republicans Are Already Frustrated With John Boehner’s Crazy Caucus
By Brian Beutler

NPR: Homeland Security Budget Caught Up In Immigration Politics
By Brian Naylor

The Hill: House Dems push back on immigration
By Mike Lillis

Washington Post: Boehner: DHS funding fight about overreach, not immigration
By Sean Sullivan

Talking Points Memo: Why The GOP Threat To Shut Down DHS Over Immigration May Backfire
By Sahil Kapur

Time: House Republicans Go Big on Immigration Fight
By Alex Rogers

National Journal: Conservative Revolt Splits House GOP Group
By Daniel Newhauser

The Hill: Dems launch national effort to enroll immigrants
By Mike Lillis

Politico: Norquist pushes immigration reform to Hill GOP
By Seung Min Kim

National Journal: White-Out: Where Democrats Lost the House
By Ronald Brownstein

Los Angeles Times (California): Rep. Loretta Sanchez considering run for Barbara Boxer’s Senate seat
By Seema Mehta

Arizona Republic (Arizona): 27 police chiefs, sheriffs support Obama immigration action
By Bob Ortega

Washington Post (Right Turn Blog): Can something on immigration pass?
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Post Partisan Blog): Republicans’ tellingly ‘scary’ first week in Congress
By James Downie

Texas Tribune (Op-Ed- Texas): 2015: An agenda for immigration
By Ali Noorani