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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, January 21, 2015

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Daily Record (New Jersey- Opinion): Stile: Iowa friendship tricky for Christie
By Charlie Stile

Wall Street Journal: Majority of Americans Back Obama on Cuba, Immigration — WSJ/NBC Poll
By Reid Epstein

Washington Post (Plum Line)Morning Plum: Obama finally gets some good poll numbers
By Greg Sargent

The Hill: Immigration raised twice in 6,500 words
By Mike Lillis

National Journal: Does Obama Believe What He Says Anymore?
By Ron Fornier

Huffington Post: Obama Tells Congress Not To Fight Past Battles On Immigration Again
By Elise Foley

Washington Post: On immigration, Obama threatens to veto any attempt to undo actions on deportation
By Ed O’Keefe 

National Journal: How the Tea Party’s State of the Union Rebuttal Turned Mainstream
By Marina Koren

Washington Post: After State of the Union, subtle differences in English and Spanish GOP response
By Ed O’Keefe and Robert Costa

Vox: The GOP had two people give the SOTU response — but only one mentioned one big issue
By Dara Lind

Politico: GOP responses to Obama send mixed signals on immigration
By Seung Min Kim and Ben Shreckinger

National Journal: Republicans’ Spanish State of the Union Response Encapsulates Their Problematic Outreach to Latino Voters
By Lauren Fox

Politico: GOP seeking Plan B on immigration
By Seung Min Kim and Manu Raju

Politico: Rep. Steve King decries ‘deportable’ in Michelle Obama’s balcony
By Adam B. Lerner

National Journal: If Courts Halt Immigration Action, Los Angeles Will Keep Going
By Sophie Quinton

Catholic News Service: Catholic lawmakers urged to back immigration reform as pro-life issue

Washington Post (The Fix): How did Obama do on his 2014 State of the Union goals? Not so well.
By Nia Malika-Henderson

Politico (Media Blog): The art of outreach, GOP edition
By Dylan Byers

Washington Post (The Fix): Do people want to stop Obama’s immigration move? Yes. And no.
By Scott Clement

Huffington Post (Op-Ed): Congress and Lack of Immigration Reform: A Study on How to Undermine the U.S. Economy and America’s Place in the World
By Edward Goldberg