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Must-Read News On Immigration Reform, March 18, 2015

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Des Moines Register (Iowa): Did Iowa Ag Summit screen out critics?
By Rehka Basu

The Hill: Corker to oppose Lynch for AG
By Jordain Carney

The Hill: WH vents frustration on Loretta Lynch delay
By Jordan Fabian

Politico: Rudy Giuliani steps up lobbying for Loretta Lynch
By Manu Raju

Politico: Loretta Lynch nomination in the air as Dems block anti-trafficking bill
By Seung Min Kim and Burgess Everett

Reuters: U.S. attorney general candidate Lynch caught in Senate logjam
By Susan Cornwall and Lindsay Dunsmuir

The Hill: GOP divided on immigration changes
By Mario Trujillo

New York Times: Sex-Trafficking Bill, Ensnared by Politics, Is Left in Limbo by a Senate Vote
By Jennifer Steinhauer

Politico: Mickey Kaus quits Daily Caller after Tucker Carlson pulls critical Fox News column
By Dylan Byers

Reuters: Arizona Lawman Arpaio Agrees to Sanctions for Civil Contempt

Al Dia News: 10 states still undecided in regards to Obama’s immigration actions
By Arturo Varela

National Journal: The Irish Prime Minister Is Here. And He Won’t Stop Talking About U.S. Immigration Reform.
By Nora Kelly

Des Moines Register (Iowa): Max Villatoro remains in U.S., 200 demonstrators rally
By Andy Davis

KCRG-TV (Iowa): Iowa City pastor still in U.S. as demonstrators gather
By Mark Carlson

New York Times (Op-Ed): A Way Out on Immigration Reform
By Alan K. Simpson and Bruce A. Morrison

Sacramento Bee (California-Op-Ed): Blocking immigration action will exact a political price
By Manuel Pastor