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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, January 13, 2014

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MSNBC: GOP preps for its big immigration play
By Benjy Sarlin

Philadelphia Inquirer: States taking the lead in immigration reform
By Michael Matza

Times-Picayune: On the Hill: What interest groups are providing campaign cash for Sen. Landrieu and Rep. Cassidy?
By Bruce Alpert

Huffington Post: Bob Goodlatte: ‘No Reason’ Immigration Reform Couldn’t Give Legal Status To Undocumented
By Elise Foley

Think Progress: House Majority Leader Eric Cantor: ŒImmigration Reform Could Be An Economic Boon
By Esther Yu-Hsi Lee

The Hill: Christie jam opens lane for 2016 hopefuls
By Alexandra Jaffe

Cleveland Plain-Dealer (Ohio): 20-mile ‘pilgrimage’ on Monday will support immigrant dad facing deportation
By Tom Feran

News-Herald (Ohio): Walk planned in support of Painesville man facing deportation

Morning Journal (Ohio): Pilgrimage participants hope for ‘a miracle’ to keep Painesville man from being deported
By Carol Harper

WEWS-CLE (ABC) – Cleveland, OH: NewsChannel 5 at 11pm (VIDEO CLIP)

KPCC (California): CA Democratic Congressman could support immigration bill without citizenship
By Kitty Felde

Capital Press (California): Rep. LaMalfa makes ‘pivot’ on immigration reform
By Tim Hearden

Bakersfield Now (California): Sheriff to continue immigration holds despite new law
By Jose Gaspar

Philadelphia Inquirer (Pennsylvania): Lindenwold cops: Report crime, forget immigration status
By Michael Vitez

La Opinion (Editorial): Rodríguez should be confirmed

Washington Post (The Fix): The era of big legislation is (almost) over
By Ed O’Keefe and Sean Sullivan

The Hill (Opinion): Judd Gregg: Party with a positive purpose
By Judd Gregg

Huffington Post (Blog): Immigration Puzzle of the Week: Do We Deport People for Being Mentally Ill?
By Laura Murray-Tjan

VOXXI (Opinion): What the undocumented community needs out of immigration reform
By Jose Patiño

Arkansas Business (Arkansas — Editorial): New Life For Immigration Reform (Editorial)

Arizona Republic (Arizona — Opinion): Broad immigration reform long overdue for U.S.
By Grant Woods