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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, February 3, 2014

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Washington Post: Obama open to middle ground with Republicans on immigration reform
By David Nakamura

Financial Times: Republicans revisit immigration debate to woo minority vote
By Barney Jopson

International Business Times: Immigration Reform 2014: Are Democrats Ready To Compromise On Citizenship?
By Laura Matthews

Huffington Post: Obama Doesn’t Rule Out Executive Options On Immigration If Congress Fails
By Elise Foley

Fiscal Times: House GOP Raises Hope for Immigration Reform
By Eric Pianin

Miami Herald (Opinion): Commentary: Obama should stop mass deportations
By Andres Oppenheimer

Think Progress: Why Citizenship Is Better For America Than Legal Status
By Esther Lee

Oye Times: Arizona Documentary Shows the State of PBS
By Jerry Kammer

Roll Call: Boehner Releases Immigration Principles (Updated)
By Daniel Newhauser

MSNBC: Can a GOP immigration leader sell his colleagues on reform
By Benjy Sarlin

The Atlantic: Is Now the Time for Immigration Reform?
By Molly Ball

The Daily Caller: ‘Why now?’ for immigration reform
By Matt K. Lewis

CNN: CNN Exclusive: President Obama says he’s not recalibrating ambitions
By Jake Tapper and Chelsea J. Carter

Wall Street Journal: Obama Open to House GOP Immigration Plan
By Laura Meckler

New York Times: House G.O.P.’s Immigration Plan Presents Tough Choices for Obama
By Michael D. Shear and Ashley Parker

Washington Post: Obama suggests he’s open to immigration deal without path to citizenship
By Aaron Blake

The Hill: Obama’s immigration strategy is to give room to House Republicans
By Amie Parnes

Politico: Ryan won’t commit to immigration action this year
By Jennifer Epstein

Associated Press: Paul Ryan: Immigration legislation unlikely in ‘14

Washington Post: Paul Ryan: Immigration reform this year ‘clearly in doubt’
By Niraj Chokshi

Associated Press: Republicans blame Obama for stalling immigration

New York Times: Republicans Vague on Citizenship Question
By Emmarie Huetteman

The Hill: Jindal urges GOP to tackle immigration
By Erik Wasson

The Hill: Diaz-Balart urges Obama to avoid inciting GOP on immigration
By Mario Trujillo

Huffington Post: The Man Who Kept Immigration Reform Alive
By Elise Foley

Associated Press: In an election year, GOP wary of immigration issue

Washington Post: Republicans say immigration deal is far from certain, push ‘security first’ approach
By Niraj Chokshi

Associated Press: More states grant in-state tuition to immigrants

Associated Press: 15 states have passed immigrant tuition laws

Washington Post: How immigration reform is shaping up to affect entrepreneurs, business owners
By J.D. Harrison

Washington Post: In a crowded immigration court, seven minutes to decide a family’s future
By Eli Saslow

Associated Press: Immigrant reform might raise price of citizenship

Politico: Tech group boosts GOP on immigration
By Mike Allen

Arizona Republic (Arizona): Family splits on immigration reform proposal
By Daniel González

Washington Post (Editorial): House GOP leaders coax their colleagues to move on immigration

Washington Post (Plum Line): The Morning Plum: GOP leaders stiff-arm the nativists
By Greg Sargent

Washington Post (Plum Line): The nightmare scenario for Republicans on immigration
By Greg Sargent

Washington Monthly (Blog): “Establishment” Not the Only Republican Deceivers in Immigration Fight
By Ed Kilgore

Fusion (Opinion): Cecile Richards: Immigration Reform Must Include Access to Healthcare [Op-Ed]
By Cecile Richards

Politico Magazine (Opinion): The House GOP Can’t Ignore the Path to Citizenship
By Dennis Hastert

Washington Post (The Fix): Why the House GOP immigration plan is more political sweet spot than wasteland
By Sean Sullivan

Washington Post (Right Turn): Immigration reform stumbles on
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Right Turn): Why be optimistic about immigration?
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion): Is the GOP giving up tea?
By E.J. Dionne Jr.

Roll Call (Opinion): Good News for Immigration: It Is an Election Year | Commentary
By Lynden Melmed

Thompson on Hollywood (Blog): Four Reasons 2014 Will Be the Year of the Immigrant on Film (VIDEO)
By Matt Brennan

Spokesman Review (Washington – Opinion): Mark Kadel: Immigration reform a moral, national duty
By Mark Kadel

Tennessean (Tennessee – Opinion): Politics vs. immigration reform
By Froma Harrop