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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, May 27, 2014

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Wall Street Journal: Prospects Unclear for Narrow Immigration Bill
By Kristina Peterson and Laura Meckler

Newsweek: Democrats See Short Window for Bipartisan Action on Immigration
By Pema Levy

New York Times: Using Jailed Migrants as a Pool of Cheap Labor
By Ian Urbina

Vox: How the government became the single biggest employer of unauthorized immigrants
By Dara Lind

The Hill: Dem going to Cantor’s backyard
By Russell Berman

Washington Times: Pro-immigration protesters storm Rep. Eric Cantor’s condo
By Jessica Chasmar

The Hill: DHS, Dems to huddle on deportations
By Mike Lillis

Los Angeles Times: Homeland Security may reduce deportations of nonviolent immigrants
By Christi Parsons and Brian Bennett

Los Angeles Times: Why immigration reform has GOP leaders eating one of their own
By Lisa Mascaro

The Hill: Pelosi: Immigration reform ‘essential character of our country’
By Keith Laing

Economist: A Big Shift Is Happening In American Views On Immigration

BuzzFeed: ACLU Suing Border Patrol For Release Of Report Criticizing Use Of Force By Its Agents
By Adrian Carrasquillo

Washington Post: The other side of deportation: An American struggles to prepare for life without husband
By Eli Saslow

New York Times: Advocates Seek to Make Courthouses Off Limits for Immigration Officials
By Kirk Semple

PBS Newshour: Weeks-long computer crash sends U.S. immigration courts back to pencils and paper
By Elizabeth Summers

Associated Press: Illegal Immigration In Texas Sees Increase As Border Patrol Tries To Catch Up, Report Says

ColoradoPols.com (Colorado): Coffman Disappears “Comprehensive” From Immigration Reform

Las Vegas Review-Journal (Nevada): Sen. Reid and chamber leaders tout immigration reform as boost for Las Vegas tourism
By Laura Myers

Tennessean (Tennessee): Cooper says immigration reform can still happen
By Michael Cass

New York Daily News (New York): New York lags behind other U.S. cities in avoiding compliance with Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Secure Communities program
By Albor Ruiz

Dallas Morning News (Texas): Tough immigration talk puts Dan Patrick in prime position
By Robert T. Garrett and Terrence Stutz

Houston Chronicle (Texas): Houston pastor leads push for immigration reform
By Allan Turner

La Opinión (Editorial): Government exploitation

Washington Post (Right Turn): How does immigration reform fit into reform conservatism?
By Jennifer Rubin

New York Times (Letter to the Editor): Immigration Solutions
By Yisroel Schulman

Washington Examiner (Opinion): Bringing the immigration debate to your living room
By Sean Higgins

Forbes (Opinion): America’s Immigration Policy Is Systematically Killing Our Future
By Darian Shirazi

New York Post (Opinion): Letting ‘dreamers’ enlist: A no-brainer for immigration fix
By Linda Chavez

New York Times (Opinion): The Immigrant Advantage
By Anand Giridharadas

New York Times (Opinion): Immigrants, Nationhood and the U.S.
By Anand Giridharadas

Sacramento Bee (California – Editorial): Editorial: In Congress, a a glimmer of bipartisanship on immigration

Boston Herald (Massachusetts – Opinion): Eagan: Immigration reform war will be won
By Margery Eagan