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Must-Read News On Immigration Reform, March 16, 2015

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The Hill: White House makes aggressive legal push on immigration
By Jordan Fabian

The Hill: GOP lawmaker says Obama will lose immigration appeal
By Mark Hensch

Los Angeles Times: Obama immigration program, blocked by Texas judge, wins 14 states’ support
By Joseph Tanfani

MSNBC: As immigration actions remain in ‘legal limbo,’ a community waits
By Zach Blanchard

Politico: Loretta Lynch nomination hits another hurdle
By Seung Min Kim

Roll Call: A New Delay for Loretta Lynch?
By Niels Lesniewski

Politico: McConnell: No Loretta Lynch vote until human trafficking standoff resolved
By Austin Wright

Reuters: U.S. Senate Leader Says He Will Put Obama Attorney General on Hold

Los Angeles Times: McConnell threatens to delay vote on attorney general nominee
By Richard Serrano

New York Times: Senate Vote on Nomination of Loretta Lynch as Attorney General Faces New Delay
By Emmarie Huetteman

AP: Walker Draws Scrutiny From GOP Rivals for Changing Positions

Huffington Post: Jerry Brown: Opponents Of Obama’s Immigration Programs Are ‘Declaring War’
By Elise Foley

Washington Post: Prodding Republicans, Gov. Brown says California is a model on climate change and immigration
By Niraj Chokshi

The Hill: Increase H-1B visas as part of the DHS appropriations bill
By Joe Kennedy

Washington Post: DAPA Would Lift 40,000 California Children Out Of Poverty: Study
By Roque Planas

Huffington Post: Democrats introduce immigration bill to help Filipino veterans in the U.S.
By David Nakamura

Chicago Tribune (Illinois): Protesters rally in Chicago for immigrants they say Obama left behind
By Gregory Pratt

Washington Post (The Fix): Nobody can match Marco Rubio’s upside
By Aaron Blake

Wall Street Journal (Opinion): White House: GOP Has Failed to Put ‘Points on the Board’
By Colleen McCain Nelson

Al Jazeera America (Op-Ed): Twenty-six states sue Obama over immigration plan
By Lauren Carasik

La Opinión (Editorial): Hostage to the Senate