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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, September 15, 2014

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The Economist: Let the right ones in

U.S. News & World Report: For Colorado GOP, Outreach to Latinos Isn’t an Option, It’s Essential

Stabroeck News (Guyana – Letter to the Editor): Caribbean people are disappointed by Obama’s postponement of executive action on undocumented immigrants

MSNBC: Deportations in US in sharp decline

Washington Post: Obama losing the confidence of key parts of the coalition that elected him

Politico: POLITICO poll: GOP has edge on immigration in midterms

Washington Post: Rick Perry’s immigration record: A hard line at the border, a softer touch in Austin

Associated Press: Rubio Taking Tougher Stance On Immigration As He Eyes 2016 Presidential Run

BuzzFeed: Immigration Activists Don’t Buy Hillary Clinton’s “Political” Answer

BuzzFeed: DREAMer Activist Challenges Joaquin Castro Over Obama’s Immigration Delay

NPR: Border Crossings Slow But Immigration Courts Still Face Backlog

NPR: Mexican Crackdown Slows Central American Immigration To U.S.

Los Angeles Times: Detention center brings immigration debate to small-town New Mexico

National Journal: How a Republican Stays Afloat in a Hispanic-Majority Border District

Columbus Dispatch (Ohio): Deportation case against Salvadoran woman criticized as ‘overkill’

Washington Post (Maryland): Martin O’Malley asks attorneys to represent unaccompanied immigrant children

Associated Press (New York): NY lawmakers look at help for child immigrants

New York Post (New York): NY Democrats seek citizen rights for illegal immigrants

Miami Herald (Florida): Florida activists: Let undocumented immigrants apply for driver’s licenses  

CNN (Opinion): Obama’s wise move on immigration

Wall Street Journal (Opinion): Fortress America

Roll Call (Opinion): Conventional Wisdom Wrongly Underestimates the Latino Vote — Again | Commentary

The Hill (Congress Blog): Two immigration fixes Obama can implement right now

Philadelphia Inquirer (Pennsylvania – Opinion): Politics of immigration