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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, October 8, 2014

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Moyers & Company: Morning Reads

Real Clear Politics: Demographics, Hispanic Voters and the Midterms

The Hill: Dem pollster predicts Hispanic voters to stay home

Wall Street Journal: As Midterm Elections Loom, U.S. Voters Are Excited About…Nobody

Fox News Latino: In Colorado Senate debate, rivals accuse each other of flip-flopping on immigration

BuzzFeed: Democrats Fear Brian Sandoval Could Peel Away Latino Voters In 2016

Wall Street Journal: Most Migrants Make Their Court Date

Politico: President Obama’s executive action plan falls short

Bloomberg: Scott Brown: Rubio’s Immigration Bill Encouraged Illegal Border Crossings

Talking Points Memo: Rove-Backed American Crossroads Ad Cites Debunked Heritage Study

Baltimore Sun (Maryland): Montgomery Co. is latest to limit immigration detainers

Los Angeles Times (California): L.A. County supervisors vote to extend ICE deal in jails

Chicago Tribune (Illinois): New archbishop puts immigration front and center

Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Georgia): Federal immigration agency taps new Atlanta field office director

Washington Post (Plum Line): Tom Cotton: Terrorists collaborating with Mexican drug cartels to infiltrate Arkansas

Washington Post (The Fix): The increasingly important Asian-American vote, in 5 charts

Albuquerque Journal (New Mexico – Opinion): Hispanics must consider big picture

Chicago Sun-Times (Illinois – Opinion): How GOP can appeal to Hispanics

Houston Chronicle (Texas – Blog): The effect of Spanish on Republicans

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