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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, January 16, 2014

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Huffington Post (Blog): In Virginia, the Power of Showing Up
By Michael Keegan

Politico: Inside the House GOP’s immigration push
By Jake Sherman and Seung Min Kim

Roll Call: GOP Leadership Tees Up Immigration for Retreat
By Matt Fuller

Roll Call: This Year’s Legislative Acid Test: Immigration Rewrite
By David Hawkings

The Hill: Right to Boehner: Be bold on 2014 agenda
By Russell Berman

Washington Post: Obama fighting perception that administration is out of time to make progress on priorities
By Zachary A. Goldfarb

New York Times: In Defeat for Tea Party, House Passes $1.1 Trillion Spending Bill
By Jonathan Weisman

New York Times: U.S. to Expand Rules Limiting Use of Profiling by Federal Agents
By Matt Apuzzo

Los Angeles Times: Prosecutorial discretion on the rise in immigration courts
By Cindy Chang

WTAM – The Bob Frantz Show (Ohio): Veronica Dahlberg on Ricardo Ramos Case (RADIO)

Washington City Paper (District of Columbia): Bartender JP Caceres Faces Deportation
By Jessica Sidman

Washington Post (District of Columbia): D.C. bar star J.P. Caceres faces deportation, but not without fight from his friends
By Tim Carman

Arizona Daily Star (Arizona): Judge orders Brewer to hand over documents in immigrant lawsuit
By Howard Fischer

WBFO (New York): Bishop Malone joins immigration debate
By Mike Desmond

Washington Post (Plum Line): Immigration reform can happen if Republicans want it to
By Greg Sargent

Washington Post (The Fix): How Chris Christie can still be the frontrunner for the 2016 Republican nomination
By Chris Cillizza and Sean Sullivan

Houston Chronicle (Texas — Opinion): King: Immigration did not cause income disparity in U.S.
By Bill King

Iowa State Daily (Iowa — Opinion): Brown: Would immigration reform stop drug trafficking
By Phil Brown