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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, September 5, 2014

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Bloomberg View (Opinion): Are Democrats Deluding Themselves?

Latin Post: Illinois Rep. Luis Gutierrez, Immigrant Advocates Want Obama to Act on Immigration Before November 2014 Elections

Huffington Post: Why The White House And Republicans Both Failed To Stop The Border Crisis

Politico: Senate Democrats urge President Obama to delay immigration order

ABC News: Immigration Overhaul Revving Up on Capitol Hill Despite Fewer Crossings

International Business Times: Unauthorized Immigration Not Rising, Immigrants More Likely To Stay Long-Term: Report

Washington Post: Hill leaders hoping for a quick September session — and no shutdown drama

Wall Street Journal: Gov. Christie Is Cautious on Immigration Policy

Associated Press: Christie Won’t Talk Immigration on Mexico Trip

Gannett: Rubio seeks to regain conservative support on immigration

Wall Street Journal: Jeb Bush Sends Signals About 2016 Presidential Run

The Hill: Paul: Secure border to prevent ISIS ‘infiltration’

National Journal: Poll: What Will Be The Top Issue In November’s Elections?

Roll Call: The Complexity of the U.S. Border Crisis, in 7 Photos

Denver Post (Colorado): Latino Democrats, politicos denounce Beauprez’s immigration stance

Los Angeles Times (California): Murrieta immigration protesters charged with obstructing officers

Times-Picayune (Louisiana): Five Louisiana parishes are housing unaccompanied immigrant children

Guardian (Opinion): Obama needs to lean in on immigration

MSNBC (Maddow Blog): After laughing off Boehner, will Obama delay immigration action?

Washington Post (Wonkblog): One reason Democrats are so scared of Obama’s promise to act on immigration

Washington Post (Right Turn): Obama gives the GOP an opening on immigration reform

Religion News Service (Opinion): Hatred of immigrants has a long history (COMMENTARY)

The Hill (Opinion): The unfortunate turn against performance politics in US elections

Arizona Republic (Arizona – Opinion): Sanctuary movement spreads to Tempe