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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, March 2, 2015

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Washington Post (Plum Line): Morning Plum: Homeland Security fight could have messy ending for Democrats, too
By Greg Sargent

Wall Street Journal: Jeb Bush Parries Skeptical Questions About Immigration and Education Policies
By Janet Hook and Rebecca Ballhaus

Politico: Scott Walker on immigration: ‘My view has changed’
By Leigh Munsil

The Hill: Jeb stands his ground on immigration, Common Core
By Jonathan Easley

Wall Street Journal: Marco Rubio: Critics of Immigration Bill Were Right
By Beth Reinhard

Fusion: Marco Rubio repents to conservatives on immigration
By Bret Logiurato

The Hill: Rubio: I’ve learned lesson on immigration
By Cameron Joseph

The Hill: House GOP pushing new immigration bills
By Tim Devaney

Washington Post: GOP discord undercuts efforts to fund DHS
By Mike Dibonis and Paul Kane

Washington Post (Federal Eye): Why a DHS shutdown won’t stop Obama’s immigration orders
By Josh Hicks

Huffington Post: House Majority Whip: ‘No Deal’ On Funding DHS Past Friday
By Christina Wilkie

Roll Call: How an Obscure Rule Could Give Boehner a Way Out of DHS Mess
By Niels Lesniewski and Emma Dumain

New York Times: House Passes One-Week Funding Extension for Homeland Security
By Ashley Parker

Washington Post: Split over ‘tactics’ is to blame for DHS funding impasse, House GOP leaders say
By Mike Debonis

Politico: Steve Scalise vows to continue immigration fight
By Leigh Munsil

Wall Street Journal: House Republicans Vow to Continue Battle Against Immigration Measures
By Nick Timiraos

The Hill: Senate Dems block bill to undo Obama’s immigration actions
By Jordain Carney

National Journal: This Is What Immigration Limbo Looks Like
By Rachel Roubein

National Journal: How John Boehner Is Setting Up a Crucial Week for His Leadership
By Matt Berman

AP: Administration Circulates Plans for Possible DHS Shutdown

Huffington Post: DAPA-Eligible Immigrants Face Threat Of Deportation, Advocates Say
By Roque Planas

Washington Post (Opinion): The GOP’s big ‘yes’ to ‘no’
By EJ Dionne Jr.

Wall Street Journal (Op-Ed): Congress Kicks the Can on Homeland Security Funding
By Jim Manley

Washington Post (Post Politics): Scott Walker says he opposes comprehensive immigration reform. He didn’t always.
By Jose DelReal

Washington Post (Plum Line): GOP pollster warns his party: Learn to lead on immigration, or you’re courting irrelevance
By Greg Sargent

Bloomberg Review (Opinion): Republicans’ Immigration Escape Route
By Romesh Ponnuru

Washington Post (Monkey Cage): Opposition to immigration reform is a winning strategy for Republicans
By Zoltan Hojnal