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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, January 28, 2014

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Washington Post (Plum Line): How to know whether GOP is serious about immigration reform
By Greg Sargent

PR Week: Is 2014 the year immigration reform becomes a reality?
By Laura Nichols

Politico: House GOP to gather for retreat
By Jake Sherman and John Bresnahan

MSNBC: 5 things to watch in the GOP immigration plan
By Benjy Sarlin

New York Times: Backing in G.O.P. for Legal Status for Immigrants
By Jonathan Weisman and Ashley Parker

Crain’s Chicago Business: Biz pushes GOP on immigration
By Paul Merrion

The Hill: Report: House GOP to back legal status in immigration principles
By Mario Trujillo

Los Angeles Times: House Republicans consider their own immigration plan
By Brian Bennett

US News & World Report: The Republican Party’s Impossible Immigration Balancing Act
By Lauren Fox

Wall Street Journal: Obama Likely Won’t Promise Executive Action on Immigration, Gay Rights
By Laura Meckler

National Journal: The One Thing the Left Has No Problem Criticizing Obama Over
By Elahe Izadi

Bloomberg Businessweek: Obama Go-Alone Strategy Falls Short on Taxes to Immigration
By Margaret Talev and Mike Dorning

Huffington Post: Dreamer At Last Year’s State Of The Union Laments Congress’ Failure To Pass Immigration Reform
By Elise Foley

VOXXI: ‘Fast for Families’ kicks off national tour for immigration reform
By Griselda Nevarez

EFE: Fast for Families to cross U.S. for immigration reform

Associated Press: New DHS chief endorses ‘earned’ citizenship idea

Arizona Republic: President Obama urged to halt deportations for now
By Daniel González

Arizona Republic (Arizona): Arizona immigrant activist to attend State of the Union address
By Daniel González

The Atlantic (Opinion): How the Republican Plan for Immigration Reform Repeats the Mistakes of the Drug War
By Mike Riggs

Washington Post (The Fix): The GOP’s big immigration conundrum, in nine easy steps
By Sean Sullivan

Huffington Post (Blog): How to Renew the Commitment to Immigration Detention Reform
By Katharina Obser