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Must-Read News On Immigration Reform, March 10, 2015

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AP: Iowa Community Rallies Around Max Villatoro, A Pastor Facing Deportation To Honduras
By Kourtney Liepelt

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Scott Walker earns praise, criticism for flip on immigration reform, ‘amnesty’
By Craig Gilbert

Latinos Post: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker Doesn’t Believe in Amnesty, Again Backtracks on Immigration Reform

Reuters: Texas federal judge leaves block on Obama immigration plan in place

Politico: Judge delays ruling on unblocking Obama immigration executive actions
By Josh Gerstein

Huffington Post: Judge Keeps Obama Immigration Policies On Hold
By Elise Foley

AP: Judge Orders Hearing on Allegations in Immigration Lawsuit

Roll Call: Boehner Survives, Conservatives Cope: Ongoing Saga of the 114th
By Matt Fuller

Roll Call: The Right Recalibrates
By Katy O’Donnell

Roll Call: Retribution: King Says Boehner Canceled Trip After Immigration Fight
By Emma Dumain

AP: Immigration Officials: Laws Limiting Detainers Risk Officers

Reuters: US immigration officers arrest 2,059 criminals in sweep

The Hill: Can Jeb survive in Iowa?
By Jonathan Easley

AP: Graham Holds Steady on Immigration Stance in New Hampshire
By Kathleen Ronayne

Bloomberg: Martin O’Malley Readies His Run as the Un-Hillary
By David Weigel

The Hill: GOP bill blocks illegal immigrants’ access to child tax credit
By Cristina Marcos

MSNBC: Leading House Republican blames Obama for murders
By Steve Benen

Vox: The Census predicts the share of immigrants will surge over the next 50 years
By Dara Lind

Chicago Sun Times (Illinois): Rauner, Cupich: Immigration reform is ‘morally right’
By Sandra Guy

Washington Post (Editorial): It’s time to confirm Loretta Lynch

Washington Post (Right Turn Blog): Why we need immigration and higher ed reform
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Plum Line): A dozen states will call for courts to allow Obama’s executive actions to proceed
By Greg Sargent

Storm Lake Pilot Tribune (Opinion-Iowa): More than parts in a machine
By Dana Larsen