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Must-Read News on Immigration Reform, January 6, 2013

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Talking Points Memo: What Is John Boehner Really Up To On Immigration Reform?
By Sahil Kapur

BuzzFeed: Why 2014 Won’t Be The Year For New Immigration Laws
By John Stanton

The Hill: Democrats need to come ‘halfway’ on immigration, Rand Paul says
By Bernie Becker

The Hill: Paul: Immigration reform can pass
By Bernie Becker

Washington Times: Schumer: Immigration reform possible in 2014 because of Boehner’s tea party break
By Jacqueline Klimas

Wall Street Journal: Heritage Action: Immigration Can Wait Until Next President
By Neil King Jr.

Wall Street Journal (MarketWatch): Immigration bills may take months to hit House floor
By Robert Schroeder

Associated Press: Congress Returns To Work On Monday With Limited Agenda, Will Immigration Reform Be Included?

The Hill: Obama looks to re-launch second term
By Amie Parnes

The Hill: House Republicans must choose ambition or caution in 2014
By Russell Berman

National Journal: This Year’s Hot Issues Look a Lot Like Last Year’s
By Fawn Johnson

Roll Call: Cantor Lays Out January Legislative Agenda
By Emma Dumain

Politico: For 2014, D.C. players resolve to…
By Patrick Gavin and Jose DelReal

MSNBC: The political stories to watch in 2014
By Benjy Sarlin

New York Times: House G.O.P. Trims Agenda, Looking to Avert Election-Year Trouble
By Jonathan Weisman

NPR: Debt Ceiling, Immigration Confrontations Loom In Congress

Associated Press: Long Waits for Would-Be-Immigrants, Not for Others
By David Crary

ABC News: A Most Dangerous Journey: Tracing the Human Cost of Immigration From Altar to Arizona
By Jim Avila and Ely Brown

Los Angeles Times: Judge allows access to emails about Arizona immigration law
By Cindy Carcamo

Boston Globe: Immigration puts small town on cultural divide
By Maria Sacchetti

Associated Press (Nevada): Nevada Driver Authorization Cards For Undocumented Immigrants Bring Long Lines
By Hannah Dreier

Daily Beast: Immigration, Round 2: Still a Reach
By Michael Tomasky

Press-Citizen (Iowa — Editorial): Our View: Still hope for needed reform of immigration law