Arizona Republic: Politics of border security hamper immigration reform
The Hill: Immigrant wave is new HHS crisis
Arizona Republic: Media in Central America to migrants: Don’t go to U.S.
Associated Press: US releases immigrant families, won’t say how many
Associated Press: Texas politicians tour base with immigrant kids
New York Times: Tom Tancredo’s Bid for Colorado Governor Puts His Party on Alert
Politico: Primary day: The 6 big questions
National Journal: Can North Carolina’s Latinos Help Democrats Hold the Senate?
Great Falls Tribune (Montana): Court strikes down Montana immigration law
Boston Globe (Massachusetts): Lawmakers reject driver’s licenses for illegal immigrants
Arizona Daily Star (Arizona): Brewer urges media to press feds on immigration
KVUE (Texas): Latest poll shows Texas voters tough on immigration
Texas Tribune (Texas): Wendy Davis Calls for Special Session on Border Surge
Houston Chronicle (Texas): Perry’s office mocks Davis’ stand on border security
Albuquerque Journal (New Mexico): In their parents’ footsteps
Washington Post (Plum Line): Morning Plum: GOP’s problems on immigration aren’t going away
Washington Post (Plum Line): Care about minors crossing border? Then pass immigration reform now!
Los Angeles Times (Opinion): Op-Ed: Sen. Dianne Feinstein: Here’s how to deal with the desperate children at the border
New York Times (Opinion): Reform Conservatism and Immigration
The Hill (Opinion): (More) political gridlock and the (growing) immigration crisis
Fox News Latino (Opinion): Opinion: 100,000-Plus Kids — Blame Obama, Bush, or Who?
Fox News Latino (Opinion): Rick Sanchez: The Amnesty Excuse
Miami Herald (Opinion): Fantasy-speak on immigration
Huffington Post (Blog): Immigrant Families Are Not Poker Chips
OnFaith (Opinion): The Wellbeing of a Child Is a Sacred Trust
McClatchy-Tribune News Service (Opinion): Why farmers see fertile ground on immigration reform
San Francisco Chronicle (California – Opinion): Republicans won’t pass immigration reform
Dallas Morning News (Texas – Opinion): Upfront hearings a must to stem tide of border-crossing children