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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, February 6, 2014

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VOXXI: Families impacted by deportations push for immigration reform
By Griselda Nevarez

Right Side News: Immigration Reform News and Impact on US Homeland Security February 5, 2014

Associated Press: House conservatives rule out immigration this year
By Donna Cassata

Wall Street Journal: House GOP Cools to Immigration Overhaul
By Laura Meckler and Kristina Peterson

Politico: Immigration reform’s other hurdle
By Seung Min Kim

Politico: White House faces revolt on deportation policy
By Reid J. Epstein

Politico: John Boehner and Mitch McConnell’s role reversal
By Manu Raju and John Bresnahan

The Hill: Vitter bill ends in-state tuition for immigrants
By Ramsey Cox

Politico: Obama administration ends some terror asylum restrictions
By Reid J. Epstein

BuzzFeed: A Dream Less Deferred: $25 Million DREAMer Scholarship Fund Comes From Bipartisan Allies
By Jose Antonio Vargas

Talking Points Memo: Ingraham: Sotomayor’s Allegiance Is To Her ‘Immigrant Family’ Rather Than Constitution
By Caitlin MacNeal

New York Times (Editorial): Detroit’s Immigration Solution

Washington Post (The Fix): Here’s why an immigration deal in 2014 seems unlikely
By Wesley Lowery

Washington Post (Right Turn): What McConnell actually said
By Jennifer Rubin

The Hill (Congress Blog): Bipartisan immigration reform is possible and crucial
By former Reps. Tom Davis (R-Va.) and Tom Perriello (D-Va.)

Huffington Post (Blog): Political Strategy or Malpractice to Immigrant Communities?
By Victor Narro

Chicago Tribune (Opinion): Republicans see the light on immigration reform
By Steve Chapman

Star Tribune (Minnesota – Editorial): Immigration compromise is still possible for Congress

Wichita Eagle (Kansas – Editorial): Eagle editorial: Immigration is American