tags: , , , , Blog

Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, December 11, 2013

Share This:

Politico: King likens amnesty, bank robbery
By Tal Kopan

NBC Latino: Latino groups rebuke charge that immigration protesters are harassing Republicans
By Suzanne Gamboa

Fusion: Steve Case: Immigration Reform Harder in 2014
By Jordan Fabian

KPCC: Immigration activists make last push of the year for vote on reform
By Kitty Felde

Huffington Post: House Democrats Call Republican Hardliners Leaders On Immigration, Ask Them To Join Talks
By Elise Foley

Mid-Hudson News (New York): Maloney holds immigration reform hearing

Star-Ledger (New Jersey): Eight arrested during protest of immigrant deportations in Elizabeth
By Tom Wright-Piersanti

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel (Wisconsin): Local advocates join fast for immigration reform
By Georgia Pabst

Daily Herald (Illinois): Duckworth fasting for immigration legislation
By Mike Riopell

Northern Virginia Daily (Virginia): Goodlatte hopes for immigration reform ‘sometime’ in 2014
By Joe Beck

Christian Post (Opinion): Fasting and Praying in the Shadows of the Capitol
By Jim Wallis

The Hill (Congress blog): Can immigration reform transform the housing market?
By Ed Brady, former HUD Secretary Henry Cisneros and former Sen. Mel Martinez (R-Fla.)

The Nation (Blog): Could John Boehner’s New Immigration Strategist Actually Pass Some Reforms?
By Jessica Weisberg

Boston Globe (Opinion): The pseudo-citizen
By Farah Stockman

Roll Call (Opinion): Congress Can Act on Immigration Before Year’s End
By Javier Ortiz

The Hill (Opinion): Faster wants immigration justice
By Cristian Avila

National Journal (Opinion): Don’t Worry Republicans, Your Tea Party Challengers Aren’t Going to Win
By Josh Kraushaar

Miami Herald (Florida — Opinion): Fabiola Santiago: Time for Boehner to act on immigration reform
By Fabiola Santiago

Pioneer Press (Minnesota — Opinion): Ruben Rosario: If anyone can move Congress on immigration reform, this veteran can
By Ruben Rosario