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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, February 4, 2014

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The Hill: GOP appears to tap immigration brakes
By Russell Berman

Bloomberg BNA: Immigration Roundup: One Small Step for Boehner, One Giant Leap for Congress?
By Laura D. Francis

Washington Post: With an immigration deal possible, advocates mount new push to end deportations
By David Nakamura

Washington Post: Young Hispanic immigrants visit Capitol to demand legalization and end to deportations
By Pamela Constable

New York Times: Immigrant Youth Leaders Signal They May Be Open to a G.O.P. Compromise
By Julia Preston

Politico: Chuck Schumer, Paul Ryan talking on immigration
By Jake Sherman, Seung Min Kim, and John Bresnahan

The Hill: GOP battles base on immigration
By Molly K. Hooper

EFE: Businesses call for immigration reform

Al Jazeera America: Long elusive immigration reform faces narrow path forward in Congress
By Naureen Khan

The Denver Post: Farmers, immigration activists hopeful about GOP immigration effort
By Allison Sherry

Utah Policy (Utah): Utah Leaders Urge Fix for ‘Broken’ Immigration System
By Bob Bernick

KXAN (Texas): Six jailed after immigration protest at Travis County Jail

WABE (Georgia): Isakson: House GOP Immigration Reform Outline ‘The Right Thing’
By Michell Eloy

Bloomberg (Editorial): An Immigration Compromise Worth Making

Wall Street Journal (Editorial): The Price of Unilateral Rule

Washington Post (Editorial): Virginia’s counterproductive approach to undocumented students

Washington Post (Plum Line): Morning Plum: GOP may kill immigration reform because #OBUMMER
By Greg Sargent

Washington Post (Right Turn): Anti-immigration gang moves goalposts
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion): A rendezvous with irrelevance
By Michael Gerson

Washington Post (Plum Line): Morning Plum: No, Republicans have not ruled out citizenship
By Greg Sargent

The Hill (Congress Blog): Republican immigration principles: A step toward reform
By David Leopold

The Hill (Congress Blog): Remove the shadow of deportation
By Julieta Garibay

Forbes (Opinion): Can A Super Bowl Soft Drink Ad Move Congress? Coke Bets On Immigration
By Tom Watson

Sentinel & Enterprise (Massachusetts – Editorial): Immigration reform has sliver of hope

Gadsden Times (Alabama – Editorial): OUR VIEW: Which way on immigration for GOP?

Salt Lake Tribune (Utah – Editorial): Immigration deal

Dallas Morning News (Texas – Opinion): Beltway GOP’s latest immigration idea is Democrats lite
By Thomas Sowell