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Must-Read News On Immigration Reform, April 10, 2015

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Mother Jones: How Marco Rubio Abandoned Comprehensive Immigration Reform and Became a Typical GOPer
By Pema Levy

Politico: Insiders: Rubio has upside in early states
By James Hohmann

New York Times: Bush Follows a Harder but Happier Path
By John Harwood

New York Times Magazine: A Federal Judge and a Hunger Strike Take on the Government’s Immigrant Detention Facilities
By Wil S. Hylton

Newsweek: Stateless: The Ultimate Legal Limbo
By Shaminder Dulai and Moises Mendoza

National Journal: California Bill Would Extend Health Insurance to Undocumented Immigrants
By Caitlin Owens

Washington Post: Black immigration is remaking U.S. black population, report says
By Frederick Kunkle

Talking Points Memo: Did A Federal Court Just Doom The GOP’s Big Immigration Lawsuit Against Obama?
By Sahil Kapur

CQ: Kerlikowske: No Repeat in Surge of Migrant Children at the Border
By David Harrison

NBC News: First Read [EXCERPT]
By Chuck Todd, Mark Murray, and Carrie Dann

Los Angeles Times (California): Kern County Sheriff A Defiant California Maverick On Immigration
By Kate Linthicum

Wisconsin Gazette (Wisconsin): Madison joins in amicus brief backing Obama’s executive actions on immigration

Tennessean (Tennessee): Immigrant tuition bill moves forward after ‘epiphany’
By Adam Tamburin

El Paso Times (Texas): Bill to kill Texas Dream Act might be blocked in the Senate
By Marty Schladen

Washington Post (Op-Ed): America needs to curb immigration flows
By Jeff Sessions

USA Today (Opinion): The GOP immigration flip-flop
By Ruben Navarrette Jr.

Washington Post (Plum Line): Happy Hour Roundup [EXCERPT]
By Greg Sargent

Sacramento Bee (Editorial-California): State goes it alone on immigration, too